An incomplete IT dream at Real Madrid's Bernabeu
Real Madrid has some grand ambitions for a high-tech Bernabau, but it seems key pieces of the jigsaw are missing...
Cisco back on track?
The networking giant predicts revenue and earnings above estimates, as the company looks to get back on the right path after some turbulent times.
Juniper red-faced as BGP issue causes widespread outages
Juniper tries to play down a BGP issue believed to be the root cause of website outages across the world.
HP to attack datacentre market with ARM
ARM chips will be used in HP's new Redstone Server Development Platform.
Inside the data centre that powers Las Vegas' casinos
Just like Las Vegas itself, the SuperNAP data centre that handles the city's gambling transactions is wonderfully over the top.
HP takes wraps off new solutions for SMBs
Tech giant HP has unveiled new tech and services for small and medium businesses.
Everything Everywhere switches network on
As of today, customers of Orange and T-Mobile can access each other's networks.
HP launches collaboration products
HP has introduced a range of networking and storage products focused on the integration of voice, messaging and collaboration.
Fulham FC: Sticking IT in the goal
Fulham FC hasn't just been seeing great results on the football pitch - its IT department has been producing good results too.
Nvidia Optimus switches it up for better graphics
Nvidia's new tech could offer the best of both worlds by automating the switch between an integrated chip and a discrete graphics card.
Phones set for pressure-sensitive quantum keys
A Samsung components manufacturer has licensed Quantum Tunnelling Composite (QTC) for use in phones.
Is it time to switch to IPv6?
IP addresses are running out - when do businesses need to move to the new system and what are the advantages of switching over?
Cisco reveals details of new blade switch
It may not have confirmed everything but Cisco will be releasing a switch for blade servers as part of its Nexus line.
SSDs to replace HDDs in HP servers
HP has offered to upgrade its ProLiant server line from HDDs to Samsung’s SSD product.
Cisco patches up to prevent denial of service attacks
A flaw in the Firewall Services Module could be used for denial of service attacks.
Ethernet switch market to crash 20 per cent
A report released this week has predicted the largest fall in the Ethernet switch market in eight years.
Blade Networks: Industry ready for 10GB Ethernet
Everyone will move to 10GB Ethernet according to an industry executive, as long as the issue of price is addressed.
Cisco patches eight security vulnerabilities
Cisco offers one of its twice-yearly security advisories for the software that controls the majority of its routers and network switches.
John Lewis tests Cisco energy saving tech
The department store retailer is one of the first to include the Catalyst switch maker’s energy management systems in its cost-saving, green IT agenda…
Sun founder and architect quits
Andy Bechtolsheim is reportedly leaving Sun Microsystems to work at Arista Networks.
Cisco moves to plug router software flaws
System administrators have some work to do to patch vulnerabilities with the software that works with Cisco’s underlying network routers and switches.
Cisco to offer virtualised network switch
Software-based switch will help IT admins more easily manage virtualised systems, Cisco says.
Brocade buys Foundry for billions to compete with Cisco
Brocade Communications to buy data equipment maker Foundry for $3 billion in order to compete against the big boy on the block - Cisco.
Sun switches chip production to TSMC
TSMC taking over from TI thanks to its 45nm technology.