California State University's decision to replace its 23-campus network with Alcatel-Lucent will save the university a whopping $100 million over eight years, according to a report by Network World early this week.
Orlando, Fla.-- Vidyo unveiled here this week a number of new videoconferencing products aimed at taking on big players such as Polycom and Cisco.
Orlando, Fla.--As the cloud-based unified communications market matures, Gartner expects leaders to emerge, according to Gartner Research Director Daniel O'Connell.
Orlando, Fla.--BT Global Services has put the final leg into its four-legged unified communications stool with the release of BT One Cloud for Microsoft Lync.
Meg Whitman, president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard since 2011, wants you to know that her company is in it for the long haul. She's not worried about commoditization. She's committed to the services business. She will make sure that her sales people don't bypass CIOs.
The highlight of the Gartner Symposium ITxpo so far has been the keynote address by Cisco chief John Chambers, who laid out his vision that the "Internet of Everything" will become the platform of the future.
Cisco was named the top wireless local access network vendor by 61 percent of respondents to a survey of 105 medium and large North American businesses by Infonetics Research.
Orlando, Fla.-- The "Internet of Everything" will become the IT platform of the future, predicted John Chambers, chairman and chief executive officer of Cisco.
To get the most value out of big data, companies need to integrate solutions such as Hadoop with existing data processing environments.
Cisco and Avaya were named leaders in the mobile unified communications and collaboration market, according to a recent IDC MarketScape report. Other major players include ShoreTel, Alcatel-Lucent, Microsoft, Siemens, IBM, NEC and Aastra.