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HP won't replace retiring chief strategist
To fly without.
Oct 24 2011 7:20AM
HP upgrades networking portfolio after 3Com buy
Combines ProCurves products with TippingPoint.
Apr 20 2010 7:03AM
HP wraps up 3Com buy
Company moves forward with an eye on ProCurve.
Apr 13 2010 11:46AM
NT Education Dept buys 3Com kit
Three-year multi-million dollar deal.
Mar 11 2010 2:41PM
Queensland Govt shared network settles on 3Com
Multi-million dollar standing arrangement inked.
Jan 20 2010 12:04PM
HP buys 3Com for $2.9 billion
Wants to help customers "break free" of Cisco.
Nov 12 2009 11:37AM
Colocation stunts data centre tier upgrades
Operators of colocation data centres are being prevented in some cases from improving the tier level of facilities because they can’t mandate minimum standards for customer equipment, a Sydney consultancy has said.
May 15 2009 5:53AM
Rosehill racecourse data centres on the inside track
Sydney Turf Club is building a back-up data centre at Rosehill racecourse to add redundant capacity for disaster recovery.
Feb 20 2009 4:01PM
QLD student laptop rollout benefits from network upgrade
The Queensland Department of Education has confirmed the continued expansion of its network will benefit students that receive laptops under the Federal Government's digital education revolution initiative.
Jan 16 2009 3:05PM
Despite US government disapproval, 3Com still wants acquisition
Shareholders at networking solutions provider 3Com on Friday voted to approve a US$2.2 billion buyout, despite the deal being halted a day earlier over U.S. security concerns.
Mar 25 2008 9:51AM
3Com rejigs its sales and support in APAC
Infrastructure vendor 3Com Corporation has unified its sales and support organisation for the Asia-Pacific region (APR),
Jul 13 2007 1:04PM
3Com plans TippingPoint IPO
Network infrastructure provider 3Com announced on Saturday that it will offer an initial public offering (IPO) of stock of its subsidiary, intrusion prevention vendor TippingPoint.
Jul 3 2007 11:50AM
3Com touts smarter networks
3Com has put competitor Cisco squarely in its sights with the launch of its “networking vision” at its Partner Conference on the Gold Coast.
Feb 23 2006 3:27PM
Experts attack 3Com bounty program
3Com’s bounty hunter-esque reward program has been blasted by industry experts for being not quite as well-intentioned as first thought.
Jul 27 2005 5:25PM
3Com targets zero-day threats with reward program
In an effort to thwart zero-day attacks, 3Com is launching a program that rewards security researchers for finding vulnerabilities.
Jul 22 2005 9:41PM
Stadus lands at 3Com
Well-known industry executive Ralph Stadus has come out of retirement and into the managing director role at 3Com Australia and New Zealand.
Jun 28 2005 10:30AM
Local 3Com staff escape axe
3Com is laying off about 220 employees in the United States and Europe, or roughly 12 percent of its workforce.
Mar 2 2005 8:00AM
TippingPoint bought up by 3Com
Austin, Texas-based security firm TippingPoint has been acquired by 3Com for $430 million.
Dec 13 2004 3:12PM
3Com promises more partner support in 2005
Networking vendor 3Com has sworn to do better by its channel this coming year, promising more and better demand generation, marketing development, service and support for 2005.
Nov 29 2004 12:00AM
3Com lays down gauntlet to Cisco
3Com has claimed its challenge to Cisco's dominance of global networking hardware sales is market ready with a range of switches that complete its product arsenal - the latest from a quadrupled R&D investment that has resulted in 160 new products this year and 240 more promised for 2005.
Nov 26 2004 12:00AM
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