Data Center/SMB

Given the quick pace that today’s technology progresses, we’re used to seeing products with a few software and even hardware bugs. While software bugs can often be squashed with competent coding, hardware bugs can be a bit more difficult to tame. Such is the case with a bug that afflicts Cisco’s ASR 9000 Series routers. While big iron networking appliance bug reports for hardware issues are not uncommon, it’s Cisco’s explanation of the malady that's causing some consternation in tech and IT circles. Cisco Bug CSCuz62750 is described as causing “partial data traffic loss”, with data loss sometimes... Read more...
When we reviewed Corsair's 60GB Cache Accelerator back in May, we were impressed by the drive's ability to boost the speed of an HDD-based PC without the need for a fresh OS installation. Today, we'll be evaluating the performance of Corsair's 30GB Cache Accelerator. At $54.99 ($44.99 w/ rebate from NewEgg), it's considerably cheaper than the $84 ($74 w/rebate) price tag on the 60GB flavor -- but is 30GB enough to deliver the same performance boost? Looks a little familiar Let's find out. Cache Course For those of you who didn't read the original review, we'll quickly recap where things stand.... Read more...
The Compex DynaStack DSR2216 16-Port Switch It's Time for a "Switch" By Jeff Bouton 5/12/2002 In recent years, we've seen a major shift in the way companies are marketing their networking products.  With the increased popularity of DSL and Broadband, the demand for more bandwidth has made technologies that were originally designed for the commercial market, available to the average single end user or small office.  In years past, the only way the average user could network their computer was using a serial cable.  Today, the enthusiast can put together their own 100Mb high-speed... Read more...
The Compex Parallel Broadband Internet Gateway Powerful, Flexible Connection Sharing Made Easy... By, Marco Chiappetta February 21, 2002 As Internet Service Providers (ISP) begin bringing broadband into the hands of more and more home and small business owners, the need to secure and share this bandwidth has become increasingly necessary.  Up until recently, if you were "talking tech" at home, rarely would the words "router", "gateway" or "firewall" get mentioned.  Times have changed though.  Now users are blessed with high speed internet connections... Read more...