Infrastructure News

Connected homes part two

Helping consumers get the pieces to work together won’t necessarily guarantee the success of the connected home concept, but it’s a necessary step

New Centrino less about speed

Intel responds to changes in the mobility market with Santa Rosa, a set of chip technologies that emphasizes performance over speed. Execs walk through the need-to-know features

For Insight Canada, it takes two

One of the big channel acquisitions last year happened when Insight bough business-to-business IT solutions and services provider Software Spectrum.

Welcome back, KTI Kanatek Technologies

At first glance KTI Kanatek Technologies of Ottawa looks like a company that was nowhere and then skyrocketed to 47th place in the CDN Top 100 Solution Provider rankings

Wireless next

NetGear has joined a number of vendors with the next-generation wireless devices based on a draft version of the Wi-Fi 802.11n standard

CA forms mid-market and storage division

New business unit concentrating on recovery management, compliance and data protection will go completely through the channel. We spoke to one partner who praises the strategy

No lightweight

Nikon’s D80 isn’t heavy for a DSLR, making it ideal for carrying around

Growth over productivity

According to IDC, productivity has fallen out of favour as a priority among corporate managers

The future is now for Cisco CEO

In an exclusive roundtable meeting with John Chambers, the CEO of Cisco Systems, CDN finds the high profile executive hasn’t completed all his tasks at the networking giant. Chambers then reveals his to-do list

No holds barred

It’s not often that one meets a straight-shooter like this executive

NetWare goes virtual

Novell gets down to domain services for Windows at its annual BrainShare 2007 conference


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