A Mellanox marketing chief who also leads InfiniBand's principal trade association, takes issue with how we characterized stacking IB traffic lanes, and we respond.
CATV-based broadband subscribers may be getting even more speed than advertised, DSL certainly less.
It's a new... track... record for the latest single-chip switch for high-performance computing. But maybe we need a ruling from the judges on this.
When asked by a domain name exchange whether their companies are really into the domain name market these days, a huge number of American respondents said no. But that's just the U.S.
The federal government may be spending more on rural broadband subscriptions than the subscribers themselves, says a new study--though some of the reasons why remain a mystery.
The best live customer service for Web users utilizes remote access technology, one prominent example of which Oracle now owns.
One of the most silent justices during oral arguments to ever sit on the bench, Clarence Thomas, makes his voice heard in explaining what methods do not deserve a patent.
It's something around which mobile app developers are already building business models, but the standards body in charge says these things take time to bake.
The EC Vice President makes a commitment toward harmonizing Europe's 5G research with South Korea's, at a time when both countries are scrambling to define 5G.
Expanding your customer base with a merger is now bad; expanding it with rural carrier deals is good. Or is it the other way around?
Maybe a one-bit communications service is not such a silly idea after all. Except, wait a minute, you can't do one-bit signals on SMS, can you?
The Internet cannot be divided into tiers, say leading Democratic lawmakers whose bill could effectively outlaw NFV. Oops.
It's not just that the math doesn't look good for consumers worried about likely service caps for at-home Internet service. The math may not account for enough variables.
The role of the CTO and CIO will "no longer fit" an evolved enterprise where "squads" of IT-knowledgeable workers manage synergistic strategies.
When you get married, you want your partner to be financially secure. When one partner is down on his luck, but working hard to make an honorable comeback, it makes for the perfect romantic plot.
So many users of the company's infrastructure service have apparently sought static IP addresses for their VMs that now it has to borrow addresses from other countries.
Can the value of privacy be made a variable in light of the weight of illegal activity? Canada's highest court says no.
Tom Wheeler picks one comment from a concerned citizen, and starts a rallying cry that looks more like it's on that citizen's behalf than the previous rallying cry.
In a medium devised specifically to amplify the power of knee-jerk reactions, a software deficiency got trumpeted way out of proportion.