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Did Cisco copy JUNOS to make IOS XE?

Did Cisco copy JUNOS to make IOS XE?

JUNOS had been a modular OS since day one. Cisco had a monolithic OS from day one which gives downtimes. Cisco hired few people from Juniper and adopted their “best… Read more »

HOT: Fibre channel over Ethernet. What it can mean!

HOT: Fibre channel over Ethernet. What it can mean!

FibreChannel over Ethernet is considered an initial step towards a converged data center switching fabric, and it was a hot topic at this week’s Interop conference. The Ethernet Alliance hosted… Read more »

VPN Security: where are the holes in your security.

VPN Security: where are the holes in your security.

Demand for mobile and remote access to small- and midsized business networks has increased dramatically. Even the most basic VPN technologies are so accessible and affordable that there is no… Read more »

Virtualization aware Networking powered by Cisco and VMware

Virtualization aware Networking powered by Cisco and VMware

Cisco and VMware have collaborated to address new challenges that have arisen from the introduction of bladed server architectures and subsequently of server virtualization. With Cisco VN-Link, you will find… Read more »

Juniper EX8216 is a Cloud switch, Delivers 12.4 Terabits

Juniper EX8216 is a Cloud switch, Delivers 12.4 Terabits

Juniper Networks today announced the availability of the EX8216 Ethernet switch, a 16-slot platform with a switch fabric capacity of 12.4 terabits. The EX8216 joins the eight-slot EX8208 as Juniper’s… Read more »

New Multi-gigabit wireless Technology: WiGig

New Multi-gigabit wireless Technology: WiGig

Did you assume earlier that WiMAX will be the future of wireless broadband? We are going to change your thinking forever. Seventeen chip makers, consumer electronics companies and one software… Read more »

Pros and cons of using Cisco ASA Multiple Context Mode

Pros and cons of using Cisco ASA Multiple Context Mode

The Cisco ASA supports firewall Multiple Contexts, also called Firewall Multimode, but there are pros and cons to be considered before implementing this configuration. Multiple Context Mode can be viewed… Read more »

Intel’s UMPC and Networking Concept. Awesome!

Intel’s UMPC and Networking Concept. Awesome!

Its not far from the day when your Ultra mobile PC (UMPC) would have the processing power to gear up the UI that suits the smoothness of silk. There will… Read more »

Bluetooth 3.0 : Hybrid of Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi

Bluetooth 3.0 : Hybrid of Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi

When the latest version of Bluetooth was announced last week, two questions popped to mind. First, what does Bluetooth 3.0 – which combines the Bluetooth wireless communications protocol with 802.11g… Read more »

Service Assurance – A State of Art, the need of the hour!

Service Assurance – A State of Art, the need of the hour!

Integrated service management, or ITSM, is the holy grail of IT management. Those of us who have been watching this industry for many years have long understood this potential, and… Read more »

VMotion – Seamless OS load-balancing

VMotion – Seamless OS load-balancing

One of VMware’s key – and extremely cool – features is VMotion. VMotion allows individual virtual machines (let’s say a Windows 2003 Server) to be dynamically moved to another VMware… Read more »

Top reasons why MPLS has been widely successful

Top reasons why MPLS has been widely successful

MPLS turns 12: Developers give 7 reasons why the Internet standard has been successful.

What drives the Internet? International Submarine Cable Systems

What drives the Internet? International Submarine Cable Systems

Being a WAN guy at heart, I have always been amazed by the submarine fiber optic cable systems that crisscross the Earth. To be able to send gigabytes of data… Read more »

Routing for the future: Cisco ASR IOS XE

Routing for the future: Cisco ASR IOS XE

Cisco’s ASR routers gives a new Edge to the Routing technologies that exist today. It introduces the new concept of distributed software components for routers to make them more resilient…. Read more »

Nortel files for bankruptcy

Nortel files for bankruptcy

Nortel Networks, once a high-flying telecommunications equipment maker, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday. Nortel has been recent credit crunch may end up as the death knell for the… Read more »

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