Your router is going to meet a tall dark stranger with a Russian accent
Cisco has released technology that it says can predict issues on enterprise networks before they happen to help prevent problems and increase reliability.
Who needs Cat 5 ?
A UK ISP techie has managed to set up broadband cables using just wet string.
New business is borked
Swedish outfit Ericsson has given up on getting more clients beyond the telecoms industry to refocus on selling networks to mobile phone companies.
Rival wanted a bigger share
French telecom operator Orange has revealed that the rival roast beef-eating telecom group SFR was suing it.
Investigative hacks find pirates are not the only ones protected
Cloudflare is one of the most popular web platforms for hate sites, according to a site dedicated to investigative journalism.
A lot of VR content to be stored
Netgear is equipping users for next generation storage demands. Faster than ever before, and providing users with the with five levels of unrivaled data protection, 10 Gigabit copper Ethernet (10GbE) network interface on selected models, and expandable storage capacity.
Has 20 flaws
Quanta appears to be hoping to win the title for creating the world’s least secure routers.
You get what you pay for
The Fruity cargo cult Apple’s legendary skill at networking hit another milestone today after a software update killed Mac’s Ethernet port.
Five sign up
More than five computer makers have announced that they are going to use servers with ARM processors.
We can see regulation coming
One of the issues of an internet connected home is that the producers all have to agree on common standards, or you end up, like Phillips customers found out, forced to use one supplier.