Networking

High-resiliency network keeps IRESS operating

13 January, 2010 by

When it comes to share trading, timing is everything. That’s why, in 2006, IRESS Market Technology decided to replace its outdated frame relay/ISDN hybrid network with a primary Optus fibre WAN with full redundancy provided by Uecomm’s ethernet network.


Allied Telesis AT-2973SX and AT-2973T virtualisation NICs

12 January, 2010

Allied Telesis has launched the AT-2973SX and AT-2973T virtualisation network interface cards (NICs), the company’s first product for servers running virtual machines.


Enterprise IP network extends over global operations

03 November, 2009 by

Albany International is a global advanced textiles and materials processing company which is extending its reach globally and at the same time expanding into other industries with its advanced textiles and materials capabilities, most notably aerospace composites, non-wovens, building products and high-performance industrial doors.


Secure encrypted console manager with built-in reboot switch and modem

01 October, 2009 by

The RSM-8R4-CE Console Management Switch is suitable for Remote Network Management.


WAN optimisation

15 September, 2009

Riverbed Technology has announced that the company’s wide area network (WAN) optimisation solutions support the recently announced VMware vSphere 4 platform. By utilising Riverbed’s WAN optimisation in conjunction with VMware vSphere 4, enterprises are able to rapidly deploy, migrate and protect application workloads running in enterprise private clouds.


Outsourcing managed WAN services makes sense

02 September, 2009 by

Enterprises could cut costs by outsourcing managed WAN services.


Broadband wireless

17 August, 2009

Airmux-400 is a carrier-class, full duplex, 50 Mbps capacity, multipoint-to-point broadband wireless transmission device.


Online update

17 August, 2009

Nokia has released the 6760 slide, a messaging optimised device with a sliding Qwerty keypad.


Home network kit

17 August, 2009

D-Link has introduced its next-generation PowerLine adapter kit for connecting computers, high-definition media players, game consoles, network attached storage and internet content throughout the home.


Expanded test platform

17 August, 2009 by

Aeroflex has added the latest communications standards to its PXI 3000 series modular test platform, now enabling communications engineers to address a variety of 2G and 3G wireless data standards with a single, flexible, software-defined system.


Energy company eliminates WAN bottleneck

17 August, 2009 by

Solid Energy is a major New Zealand energy company and a leading producer of high-quality coal. The company invests in research and commercialisation of new, sustainable forms of energy that use coal and renewable energy sources, such as biomass and biodiesel. Solid Energy has grown significantly over the past five years - in some sites, such as its Stockton open-cast mine on New Zealand’s South Island, employee numbers have increased four-fold during that time - and demands on the company’s IT infrastructure have multiplied.


Location enabled network system

23 July, 2009

Andrew Solutions has introduced its next generation of location-enabling capable networks systems: GeoLENs (geolocation-enabled network solutions) for location applications.


Virtual branch network system

17 July, 2009

Aruba Networks has introduced its Virtual Branch Network (VBN) solution, which it claims transparently and securely connects remote users with enterprise applications and resources, simplifying the management of branch offices, clinics, home offices and teleworkers while lowering networking costs.


IP/TDM gateway

17 July, 2009

Aculab will release a 2U rackmount chassis version of its GroomerII signalling and media gateway. The 2U chassis of the GroomerII range includes a comprehensive array of signalling and media conversion capabilities that addresses a multitude of service providers’ needs.


WAN optimisation improves data network traffic

11 June, 2009 by Riverbed Technology Australia Pty Ltd

“A lot of our sites are in extremely remote locations where getting access to a suitable WAN connection is either not possible or extremely expensive,” he explains. “It’s simply not practical to add bandwidth to these remote sites, which is why we started looking at WAN optimisation.”


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