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Cisco Ethernet switches make big leap to 40/100G

Cisco this week unveiled significant extensions to both of its major switching lines with the addition of 40/100G Ethernet capabilities. The enhancements are intended to address the growth of 10G Ethernet in data centers, which Dell’Oro Group forecasts will be the major revenue contributor to Ethernet switching in the next five years. Growth in 10G […]

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Turning Off PCs, Lowering Bills

Bank: Kiwibank Problem: Half of the bank’s PCs were typically left running overnight and on weekends, adding needlessly to the bank’s utility costs. Solution: A power management solution that automatically shuts computers off when they’re not being used. Kiwibank of Wellington, New Zealand, had just finished a major “forklift” hardware upgrade of its International Business […]

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Buy a Laptop or Ultrabook(TM), Transfer Your Data for Free at Best Buy Through Feb. 29

Best Buy’s Geek Squad offers Free Data Transfer in-store with purchase of any laptop or Ultrabook(TM) from exclusive Microsoft Premium Collection in-store or online   MINNEAPOLIS – Feb. 1, 2011 – Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE: BBY) and Geek Squad are eliminating the hassle of moving data from one computer to another by offering in-store […]

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Godfrey Phillips’ Q3 net up 22.26 pc at Rs 45.91 cr

Cigarette-maker Godfrey Phillips India (GPI) on Wednesday posted a 22.26 per cent increase in net profit to Rs 45.91 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2011. GPI’s net profit for the three months ended December 31, 2010, stood at Rs 37.55 crore, it said in a filing to the BSE. The firm’s net […]

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Complete Guide To Making Money While You Sleep

Complete Guide To Making Money While You Sleep 330-page Ebook (over 115,000 Words) – Absolutely Packed With Info And Ideas On All Aspects Of Making Money While You Sleep. A True Information Goldmine. 70% Commission. Newly Revamped And Optimized Sales Page – Send A Burst Of Test Traffic! Complete Guide To Making Money While You […]

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Epson expands WorkForce line with three new printers

Epson introduced three new wide-format printers to its WorkForce line on Tuesday. The printers include all-in-ones WorkForce WF-7520 and WorkForce WF-7510, along with the single-function inkjet Workforce WF-7010. Each offers small businesses and creative professionals high quality wide-format printing and scanning capabilities. According to Epson, the new all-in-one printers boast the fastest single and double-sided […]

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A Layman’s Guide to the IPv6 Transition

The Internet uses what’s called the TCP/IP protocol. The IP part of that technology, called IPv4, is running out of addresses, and the telecommunications industry is moving to a new standard, called “IPv6.” In some cases, this may require new home equipment, a new router, and possibly other consumer electronics, if you elect to upgrade. […]

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The Apple Store’s New Chief Already Runs an Electronics Retailer. Is That Good or Bad?

Ron Johnson, the Apple retail chief who helped turn the Apple Store into a juggernaut, announced last June that he was leaving to become CEO of JC Penney. He departed Apple as of November 1st. And now he’s been replaced: Apple has announced that John Browser is its new senior vice president of retail operations. […]

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Trading And Investing In The Cloud

I don’t know if you remember, but when Internet banking first appeared you had to install your bank’s client software onto your PC from the CD that they supplied. If memory serves me correctly — hey, it was little more than a decade ago — the same was true of dealing in stocks using stockbrokers […]

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Upgrade Advice: Does Your Fast SSD Really Need SATA 6Gb/s?

Are you mulling the potential benefit of an SSD upgrade on a system without 6 Gb/s SATA connectivity? We run the benchmarks on several different solid-state storage architectures in order to determine how much performance you give up on an older machine. When it comes to high-end PC hardware, pushing the performance bar higher is […]

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