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May 16, 2008  5:24 PM

Are Cisco knockoffs a modern Trojan Horse?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Cisco, FBI, kill switch, knockoffs, military, Network, Network security, Routers, Routing and switching

Turning our own tools against us! So it's not exactly breaking at this point, but scary nonetheless: The FBI's Operation Cisco Raider

May 9, 2008  5:38 PM

Be a MacGyver — not a MacGruber



Posted by: 2020viip
career advice, It's the network, Network

Network pros must feel like they carry the world on their backs. One of my big takeaways from Interop was that with the tide of new applications being delivered across the network, network...

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May 7, 2008  3:12 PM

How sexy is your network diagram?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
contests, design, IT humor, Network, Network Diagrams, Networking, ranking

Sample diagramWhat, you don't know a precise number? Then get over to RateMyNetworkDiagram.com and find out exactly...


May 6, 2008  3:31 PM

AdRem’s international approach to network monitoring



Posted by: 2020viip
AdRem, Interop, Network, Network management, network monitoring, video demo

AdRem Sales and Marketing Director Jarek Jerzakowski gives a tour of the company's brand new network management and monitoring product, NetCrunch 5, at Interop Las Vegas 2008. The product, sold around the world by AdRem and its...


May 5, 2008  9:43 PM

Aruba Networks at Interop



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Network, video demo, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Aruba Networks is one of the top WLAN infrastructure vendors in the market. The last time I checked, they were second to the titan in the market, Cisco. A lot of vendors see the coming generation of 802.11n wireless technology as an opportunity to take on Cisco's market dominance. At Interop...


May 5, 2008  9:38 PM

Aerohive wireless at Interop



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Network, video demo, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Aerohive is a new company in the wireless networking space. It's developed some innovative access points that work cooperatively with each other. Many vendors rely on controllers to coordinate the activities of Wi-Fi access points. Aerohive's access points communicate with...


May 5, 2008  7:04 PM

Mushroom demonstrates organic growth at Interop



Posted by: 2020viip
Interop, Network, video demo

In this video, Cahit Akin, PhD and CEO of Mushroom Networks tells me about Mushroom's broadband bonding device, the "Truffle," and explains the significance of the company's name. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/FjlqYoP-43M" width="425" height="350"...


May 5, 2008  5:32 PM

Interop Poker Extravaganza



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Interop, Network

When I flew to Las Vegas last week for Interop 2008, I never imagined that I'd be wearing one of the most coveted pieces of bling in the poker-playing world. But here I am, wearing one of the two bracelets poker pro Mark Seif. won at the 2005


May 4, 2008  2:58 PM

Finisar and Neterion partner for smaller, faster, cooler cable



Posted by: 2020viip
DataCenter, Ethernet, Interop, Network, Network cable

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May 2, 2008  5:20 AM

MacGyver challenges network pros at Interop



Posted by: 2020viip
Interop, IT humor, It's the network, Mazu, Network

One of the more entertaining exhibits on the Interop Las Vegas 2008 show floor this year was Mazu's "MacGyver Challenge," which pitted attendees against timed puzzles which could be solved with the help of the "Mazu Profiler." Mazu tweaked some kids' games to represent network problems. MacGyver...


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