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Vocus racks up $2m core network upgrade
Multiple 10 Gigabit links in operation.
Sep 2 2009 1:54PM
Woven Systems technology lives on with Fortinet
Fortinet breathes life back into datacentre switching vendor.
Aug 20 2009 3:32PM
Alcatel Lucent steps closer to 100 Gigabit Ethernet edge
Higher speeds available.
Jul 20 2009 10:39AM
AAPT network upgrade boosts mid-band Ethernet
AAPT has completed a $30 million upgrade to its core IP network and MPLS edge that will enable more automated provisioning and guarantee performance on midband Ethernet connections.
Apr 22 2009 6:00AM
Vocus focus on core network upgrade
Wholesale network operator Vocus Communications will add capacity and hardware to its core network as part of an upgrade to be announced next week.
Apr 20 2009 3:59PM
Internode lays out SHDSL network expansion plans
Internode plans to launch symmetrical high-speed broadband services up to 40Mbps in the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane CBDs after announcing availability in Adelaide CBD from today.
Mar 6 2009 12:40PM
Ethernet a must for mobile backhaul
Mobile network providers have to move to Ethernet to cope with the growing demand for high bandwidth mobile services, according to the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF).
Feb 16 2009 2:45PM
Picocell improves in-building 3G reception
Communications firm ip.access has introduced a picocell designed to improve 3G network coverage in offices, shops and other hard-to-reach places.
Feb 10 2009 6:29AM
HP gives network boost to blade servers
HP has unveiled new products designed to improve performance in virtual server environments, including a network connection module to boost bandwidth and an accompanying server blade.
Nov 18 2008 6:20AM
Intel to buy NetEffect for US$8m
Intel has agreed to acquire networking specialist NetEffect for US$8m.
Oct 17 2008 7:10AM
Pittwater Council embraces real-time backups
Sydney’s Pittwater Council announced today that it has implemented Juniper Networks’ EX 4200 series Ethernet switches as part of a systems upgrade from tape backups to real-time off-site storage.
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ProCurve introduces gigabit switches for Aussie SMBs
HP’s networking business, ProCurve, has introduced two new gigabit Ethernet switch models to the Australia and New Zealand SMB market.
Aug 28 2008 4:49PM
Brocade deal signals shift in Ethernet space
Brocade's US$3bn acquisition of Foundry is indicative of forthcoming consolidation in the Ethernet switch marketplace, according to analysts.
Jul 28 2008 9:27AM
New transceivers extend optical fibre Ethernet range
Network hardware vendors HP ProCurve and Allied Telesis have launched new optical transceivers designed to extend the range of gigabit and 10 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) optical fibre connections
Jul 17 2008 7:47AM
Cisco and Comcast test 100Gb Ethernet
Optical infrastructure enables transmission of 100GE over DWDM network..
Jul 1 2008 2:41AM
HP ProCurve boasts first commercial Ethernet switch in space
The recently-docked Columbus section of the International Space Station is claimed to host the first commercial Ethernet switch in space.
Jun 13 2008 3:33PM
MEF strengthens APAC Carrier Ethernet push
Global industry alliance MEF has strengthened its Asia-Pacific operations with an aim to standardise Carrier Ethernet and accelerate adoption of related networks and services.
Jun 12 2008 11:51AM
802.11n Wi-Fi to 'surpass wired Ethernet'
Enterprise adoption of next-generation 802.11n Wi-Fi technology is "unprecedented", according to a new report, despite the standard being ratified only as a draft.
May 21 2008 7:35AM
Juniper launches its first ever Ethernet switch
Cisco rival Juniper networks ups the ante this week with the launch of itsfirst Ethernet switches.
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NETGEAR recalls 82,000 overheating Ethernet Adapters
NETGEAR has issued a worldwide recall for 82,000 of its XE103 Powerline Ethernet Adapters after the company discovered the devices overheated when used on a 220-240 volt power source.
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