Wednesday, 25 March 2009
The 2009 Network Computing Awards comprised of 24 categories to reflect the wide range of application areas that impact the modern day network. Extreme Networks is ideally positioned to address the growing needs of end users, connected edge devices and the various networking demands set by today’s dynamic organisations. Extreme Networks switching products were short listed as finalists in four separate categories, winning the Network Infrastructure Product of the Year and Data Centre Product of the Year categories against competition from the likes of Cisco and Juniper Networks.
Monday, 23 March 2009
Monday, 9 March 2009
Waterlooville-based PiMS Workspace, the leading UK provider of tailored accommodation solutions, is calling on Hampshire businesses to support disabled young people, with a variety of cost-effective ways. The company has teamed up with national children’s mobility charity Whizz-Kidz, to illustrate how beneficiaries and users of charities don’t just need financial help, but sustainable and ‘free’ tools such as mentoring, training and work experience.
For further info or interviews, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, 5 March 2009
Following are some key points to note:
- Xenos DSR reduces physical storage requirements for archiving high volumes of content-rich documents sent to customers (e.g. monthly statements, bills, etc).
- Monthly storage requirements can reach several terabytes for an enterprise
- Cost of storage can be £18/$25 per gigabyte or more
For further information, or an interview with Managing Director of Xenos Europe, Jeff Mills, please contact email@example.com
Monday, 2 March 2009
Extreme Networks is the first to deliver 10GBASE-T support with its powerful Summit® X650 Top-of-Rack data centre switch. Extreme Networks enables a complete 10GBASE-T ecosystem, from high performance server adapters to switches. These proven solutions give customers the widest choice of copper or fibre connections for their high performance networks and servers based on their data centre configuration, allowing for a smooth and economical migration from gigabit to 10 gigabit.