Video gluttons sucking up Internet capacity

IBM lifts the curtain on "green" file-sharing optical network

IBM today unveiled a prototype of a new technology that it said could send eight terabits of data per second using the power of a 100-watt lightbulb.

Comcast says it only blocks excessive use of file sharing

AT&T to offer Wi-Fi at Starbucks

Starbucks is extending its Wi-Fi offer by bringing AT&T into its stores: The San Antonio, Texas-based telecommunications company will be offering free and fee-based Wi-Fi options. AT&T broadband and Uverse customers will get free Wi-Fi access at Starbucks locations.

Open wireless access assured on 700 MHz spectrum

Boeing to develop aerospace network technology

PePwave Surf AP 200: Wi-Fi Black Hole Relief

Everyone has them; those places where Wi-Fi just won't go. PePwave seems to have an easy to use answer.

Wi-Fi chip suppliers racing to offer cheap 802.11n single-chip solutions

NETGEAR FVS336G Reviewed: VPN Your Way

Netgear's latest small business secure gateway doesn't make you choose between IPsec and SSL remote access. Dual WAN and all-gigabit ports too!

How To Crack WPA / WPA2

Wireless networks secured by WPA / WPA2 can be cracked. But it's not as easy as cracking WEP.

Apple announces Time Capsule wireless backup

Sprint to “soft launch” Xohm WiMax service in the U.S.

Netgear touts “metamaterial” antennas and NAS

If we had to give the “Most Likely to Smoke Crack” award to a presenter, Netgear’s VP of Product Marketing, Vivek Pathela, would definitely get the award.  Pathela managed to hold the attention of a packed room of reporters for 45 minutes as he showed off the latest and greatest networking products.

10 Things We Didn't See in 2007

SmallNetBuilder's Top 10 of networking (and other) disappointments in the past year.

Virtualization for the Small Network - Part 1

Virtualization isn't just for data centers. It can also be a useful addition to many small networks.

Ethereal launches HDMI over CAT5/6 tech

Ethereal has released a new product that provides an elegant solution to transmit HDMI signals over long distances. The firm’s HDMI-CAT5 System allows HDMI signals to run long distances by converting the HDMI cable to CAT5/6, then back into an HDMI cable at the display. According to the company, distances of up to 75 ft over CAT5, up to 100ft over CATSE and up to 200 ft over CAT6 are supported.    

Mobile WiMax certification process begins

Intel open-sources FCoE code under GPL 2

D-Link Dual-band 11n for the impatient: DGL-4500 Reviewed

If you want a dual-band draft 11n router from D-Link, there is no need to wait for the DIR-855. The DGL-4500 has everything that router will have, except the second radio.

Startup Ribbit seeks to unite telephony and the Web