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Allied Telesis fibre-enables Ethernet devices Allied Telesis has launched new pocket sized desktop media converters purpose-built for fibre-enabling workstations, printers and IP phones.
Linksys adds clustering to business Wi-Fi AC access points Clustering adds single configuration, better roaming, automatic channel assignment, and increased reliability.
Cisco introduces first DNA building bricks Cisco's Digital Network Architecture - originally announced earlier this month at the company's Partner Summit in the US - was presented to customers at the…
D-Link high power PoE switches – a good fit for surveillance PoE (Power over Ethernet) is used in business to power desk phones, Wi-Fi access points, intercoms, and increasingly security cameras.
Telstra and Cisco promised 'redefined customer experience' with SDN Telstra has launched its first software-defined networking products for Australian customers, developed with Cisco, that lets businesses instantly deploy and configure services over Telstra’s networks.
Email inventor Ray Tomlinson dead at 74 The inventor of email, computer engineer Ray Tomlinson, has died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 74.
Animal Logic adopts Brocade’s New IP Infrastructure Animal Logic’s digital production generates huge files. Brocade’s new core network’s massive scalability supports connections up to 100 Gbps and can scale rapidly to 10…
OpenFlow, SDN, and Brocade Brocade ‘Solutioneer’ Peter Moyer has more than 15 years’ experience with IP and MPLS networking. He has Cisco CCIE#3286 and Juniper JNCIE #2 certifications and…
Opengear Resilience Gateway keeps remote sites online A new version of Opengear's Resilience Gateway will soon be released.

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