Stories by Carly Suppa

  • Retro worm targets Windows

    A new variant of the Lovgate worm has been discovered infecting PCs globally, according to security bulletins by major security firms including Symantec and McAfee.

  • IBM launches eServer i5

    IBM on Monday announced the latest addition to its eServer line based on the company's POWER5 microprocessors. The new eServer i5 is designed for the small and medium business market and incorporates the newly announced Virtualization Engine, announced late last month.

  • Nortel may sell off manufacturing business

    Nortel Networks has announced it is in partnership discussions with Singapore-based Flextronics International to offload its manufacturing interests, which cost the network gear maker about $US2 billion in production costs.

  • Cisco integrates security

    Enterprise network threats are escalating in both speed and magnitude, and IT staff, no matter how able they may be, cannot respond quickly enough to today's attacks. In response, Cisco Systems Inc. has developed a new program that the company says will protect computer networks from attacks better than point solutions like intrusion detection systems and firewalls.

  • EMC, Nortel team on data recovery services

    In order to enable better remote mirroring of enterprise data, technology partners EMC Corp. and Nortel Networks Ltd. have banded together again, this time to deliver a joint business continuity service to their respective customers.

  • Avaya sells ACS business to CommScope

    After hanging a 'for sale' sign on its structured cabling business more than a year ago, Avaya has sold its Connectivity Solutions (ACS) arm to CommScope in an $US263-million deal.

  • Avaya sells ACS business to CommScope

    After hanging a 'for sale' sign on its structured cabling business more than a year ago, Avaya Inc. sold its Connectivity Solutions (ACS) arm Monday to CommScope Inc. in an US$263-million deal.

  • Intel president highlights convergence strategy

    Intel president and chief operating officer (COO) Paul Otellini talked about the future of converged computing and communications as he kicked off the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in California earlier this week.

  • SIA: Chipset sales continue to rise

    While it’s no secret that the IT market as a whole has been experiencing a tough time, it appears the clouds have parted slightly to shine a ray of hope onto the semi-conductor market, which has seen steady growth throughout 2003.