Sunday, September 19, 2021

Colin C. Haley

Covad Adds New VoIP Markets

Covad has rolled out VoIP service for small and medium businesses (SMBs) in 14 new markets, including New Orleans, Orlando, Fla., and Salt Lake City. The San Jose,...

WiMAX for the Masses?

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Powell Calls for Federal VoIP Rule

BOSTON -- The federal government must have regulatory authority over VoIP if the technology is to develop quickly and uniformly in the United States, Federal Communications Commission (FCC)...

IT Leaders Eye Economy

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- The IT economy is vastly improved from the depths of the downturn, but there are concerns that the recovery is stalling in some sectors, executives said...

Motorola To Trim 1,000 Jobs

Motorola said it would cut 1,000 jobs, a move prompted by the spinout of its Freescale Semiconductor subsidiary. The company expects to pay $50 million in severance...

Security Outsourcing to Soar

As network attacks become more frequent and complex, large corporations and government agencies are turning to outside contractors for security. If the trend holds, enterprises will outsource 90 percent...

Nortel Cuts Jobs, Fires Execs

Stung by an accounting debacle and sector slump, Nortel will lay off 3,500 employees, or 10 percent of its workforce, as part of a sweeping restructuring to put...

IT Firms Meet Olympic Challenge

The 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens can be the test of a lifetime for IT companies tapped to provide support for the athletic competition. Among the numerous...

Cisco’s Q4 Surges; Outlook Cautious

In a clear sign that the network equipment market has rebounded, Cisco CEO John Chambers will draw his regular salary again. In April 2001, he waived his...

Outsourcing’s Stumbling Block

NEW YORK -- When IT outsourcing goes bad, it's usually because the company that's sending out the work abdicates management of the project, Deepak Khandelwal, a consultant...

Cisco Readies ‘Huge Fast Router’

After years of research and development, network equipment giant Cisco Systems has announced its next-generation high-end router as part of its 20th anniversary celebration. Previously code named...

Cisco, IBM Connect on VoIP

Cisco and IBM , already moving closer with a spate of development plans, are lining up around a new converged network initiative. The offering helps companies move...

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