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Activist investors force Riverbed into climbdown over cash 'n' costs

Comment Bad news for the stronghold firms
Chris Mellor, 24 Oct 18:16

Managing identity to drive business

Join us in the Reg Studios on 26 November
David Gordon, 22 Oct 08:38

Cisco battles POODLE with a listicle and some twaddle

Borg lists products on which SSL 3.0 vuln has lifted leg, promises fixes
Richard Chirgwin, 21 Oct 00:58

AARnet cranks up SDN sandpit for researchers

Australian research network wants networkers with buckets, spades, and cool ideas
Richard Chirgwin, 20 Oct 22:15

Whisper chief: 'We're not infallible but strive to do right by our anonymous users'

ILLEGAL ACTIVITY? 'Limited info is shared with Feds'
Kelly Fiveash, 19 Oct 15:55

Facebook slurps 'paste sites' for STOLEN passwords, sprinkles on hash and salt

Zuck's ad empire DOESN'T see details in plain text. Phew!
Kelly Fiveash, 18 Oct 18:08

Apple's new iPADS have begun the WAR that will OVERTURN the NETWORK WORLD

Analysis It'll get properly serious once Google comes in
Andrew Orlowski, 17 Oct 10:56

€2 BILLION: Steelie Neelie wants US to pay for her Big Data splurge

Don't worry about privacy, just think of the jobs
Jennifer Baker, 13 Oct 16:06

ARM spreads tentacles up and down the stack

Cloud-connected OS ramps up its IoT challenge another notch
Wireless Watch, 06 Oct 09:02

Meet AMD's pole-dancing 64-bit ARM chip: Hierofalcon wants to be in a mast near you

Virtual servers, virtual storage, virtual networks ... will it end?
Chris Williams, 01 Oct 13:07
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Ello? ello? ello?: Facebook challenger in DDoS KNOCKOUT

Gets back up again after half an hour though
Kelly Fiveash, 28 Sep 21:04
BT Openreach van outside Comedy Pub

BT claims almost-gigabit connections over COPPER WIRE

Just need to bring the fibre box within 19m ...
Jasper Hamill, 26 Sep 07:55

Opinion

No Sale

Hey, big spender. Are you as secure as a whitebox vendor?

Sysadmin blog The Internet of Stuff is a HUGE LIABILITY
Trevor Pott, 01 Aug 16:07

Careful with 'fibre speed record' hype: which record's been broken?

91 Gbps seems fast, but isn't much of a record
Richard Chirgwin, 18 Jun 07:38
Sony CV-2000 reel-to-reel consumer video recorder

I want SDN and I want it now!

Sysadmin Blog Laziness? Or automating the mundane?
Trevor Pott, 14 Feb 11:04

News

Broadcom looks to 25/50/100 G to drive new chip

'Tomahawk' sampling now, expect products 2015
Richard Chirgwin, 25 Sep 02:04

US boffins demo 'twisted radio' mux

OAM takes wireless signals to 32 Gbps
Richard Chirgwin, 17 Sep 03:02

Cisco sprinkles Sourcefire goodies on ASA firewalls

FirePOWER can be licensed into existing kit
Richard Chirgwin, 17 Sep 01:29

Oi! You noisy servers! Talk among yourselves and stop bothering that poor router!

RDMA-over-Ethernet steps up to v 2.0, promises less chatter so servers can get on with it
Richard Chirgwin, 17 Sep 00:28

Xpliant targets white-label Ethernet switch vendors with shiny new silicon

SDK and simulator now, sample product by year's end
Richard Chirgwin, 16 Sep 13:04

Three photons can switch an optical beam at 500 GHz

Watts the caper? More bandwidth, if the fibre is cooked just right
Richard Chirgwin, 11 Sep 02:57

NHS grows a NoSQL backbone and rips out its Oracle Spine

Open source? In the government? Ha ha! What, wait ...?
Gavin Clarke, 09 Sep 14:56

DEATH TO TCP/IP cry Cisco, Intel, US gov and boffins galore

'Named Data Networking' protocol is about the journey, not the destination
Simon Sharwood, 05 Sep 07:29
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White box switches out-sell Brocade, Arista in the data centre

This software-defined-networking caper may have legs
Simon Sharwood, 05 Sep 05:30

eBay, Facebook, Tumblr ALL go TITSUP in me-too MULTI-FAIL

'Routine maintenance,' that killer, rears ugly head again
Neil McAllister, 03 Sep 22:59
IT Crowd. Source: Channel 4 / 2entertain

Gamma's not a goner! UK ISP sorts out major outage

Says BT is the root of the problem
Iain Thomson, 29 Aug 00:15
New York City's Manhattan skyline

New York looks to PROBE TWC over US outage

State plans to get to bottom of massive loss of service
Shaun Nichols, 27 Aug 22:26
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Cutting cancer rates: Data, models and a happy ending?

How surgery might be making cancer prognoses worse
Netflix on TiVo

TV transport tech, part 2: From sofa to server at the touch of a button

Feature The high tech journey behind your telly remote control
bsodforwrap

The Return of BSOD: Does ANYONE trust Microsoft patches?

Sysadmins, you're either fighting fires or seen as incompetents now
Gavin Clarke, 18 Aug 15:45

Boffins brew TCP tuned to perform on lossy links like Wi-Fi networks

'TCP-Forward' promises speed even when packets drop, without processing overheads
Richard Chirgwin, 14 Aug 04:58