Cisco and four other major tech companies have banded together to form a WiMAX patent pool to give companies access to WiMAX patents at predictable costs.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs kicked off his company's developers conference today by unveiling a new iPhone that connects to faster 3G-based networks, includes built-in GPS and costs half as much as the current lowest-priced model.
Sun Microsystems is updating its SOA and business integration software, adding a data management option and leveraging enterprise service bus capabilities based around the JBI (Java Business Integration) specification. Event processing and business process management are featured as well.
Now that IBM has broken supercomputing's petaflop barrier with its RoadRunner system, capable of more than one thousand trillion (one quadrillion) sustained floating-point operations per second, attention among supercomputer developers turns next to a new performance goal: an exascale system.
Networking distributor, Westcon Group, has launched a new sales and marketing program for Cisco resellers.
For a bit of Friday afternoon fun, we've created a Photo Quiz of people from throughout the industry during the past decade. Have a look and see how many of our mystery people you know.
Security distributor, Unixpac, has formalised a partnership with network security appliance vendor, Bivio.
Infotronics has drafted three new staff to build its sales and channel capabilities.
ETT Limited (ASX: ETT) has applied to the Supreme Court of NSW, alleging their partners IPStar have attempted to inappropriately terminate a definitive agreement both companies had agreed to.
Security giant Trend Micro is considering pulling its anti-virus software from the Virus Bulletin 100 (VB100) tests, claiming they no longer reflect contemporary malware.
Business customers, get ready for Juniper 2.0 -- more integrated network features and new support packages.
IBM has joined the in-memory database (IMDB) party after launching the IBM solidDB, which it claims will deliver data 10 times faster than a conventional relational database.
Washington state's attorney general is only half joking when he suggests that perhaps sites like Facebook and MySpace should require members to use a credit card to sign up for access as a way to prove their identity.
Verizon Wireless Thursday officially announced an agreement to purchase Alltel for US$28.1 billion, which would make the new company the largest wireless carrier in the US with 80 million subscribers.
E-mail collaboration software vendor Open-Xchange has released beta software that adds an enterprise-critical feature to Apple's popular iPhone -- the ability to receive calendar and contact updates wirelessly instead of plugging the device into a computer.
Toshiba on Wednesday introduced laptops powered by the new Puma-based processors recently announced by Advanced Micro Devices.
In an ironic digital twist, the US federal government - the driving force behind the creation of the Internet - has not been able to fully embrace the second incarnation of the Internet, according to a study released late last month.
Operators and vendors have agreed a standard which could speed up the arrival of femtocells -- the indoor base stations which are designed to improve coverage of 3G networks indoors by piggy-backing on home and office broadband.
The Korea Fair Trade Commission has fined Intel 26 billion won (US$25.4 million) for abusing its dominant position in the microprocessor market.
Reports circulated Wednesday that Apple may demo the next iteration of Mac OS X next week or even release code to developers in preparation for an early-2009 launch.
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