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Networking industry looks ahead

As the NetWorld+Interop show gets under way, topics on everyone's mind include wireless networking, Net telephony and security.

roundup As the NetWorld+Interop show gets under way, topics on everyone's mind include wireless networking, Net telephony and security.

Cisco's Chambers headlines N+I

Cisco's charismatic CEO tells the NetWorld+Interop crowd that customers are more confident than he has seen them in a long time.
May 12, 2004

Wireless vendors take control

Equipment makers at the Networld+Interop show tout new products and features that will make wireless infrastructures easier to control and manage.
May 12, 2004

Cisco readies next-generation router

The company is expected to announce its newest IP router at the end of the month, but analysts say they aren't expecting much of an immediate impact on the market.
May 12, 2004
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Michael Capellas, chief executive office, MCI

Capellas: Net telephony is the future

MCI chief Michael Capellas tells an NetWorld+Interop crowd that the carrier is banking on the Internet Protocol and similar technologies as it rebuilds itself.
May 11, 2004

Start-up brings Net telephony to cell phones

A new gadget from i2 Telecom allows cell phone users to tap into VoIP technology.
May 11, 2004

Wireless photos, video hit some static

New U.S. guidelines meant to free up wireless e-mails with attached photos and videos are getting a mixed reception from carriers.
May 11, 2004

MCI taps Microsoft's meeting software

The telecom service provider signs a deal to use Microsoft Office Live Meeting software to power its Net Conferencing service.
May 11, 2004

Networking industry hopes worst is behind

After a three-year downturn, organizers of the industry trade show NetWorld+Interop are pinning recovery hopes on the maturity of new technologies like VoIP and wireless LANs.
May 10, 2004