Stories by Jim Duffy

Nortel eyeing others?

3Com may not be the only company Nortel is interested in. The Canadian telecom giant might also be sizing up four others for acquisition, according to an investor bulletin issued this week by UBS Warburg.

Cisco IP-telephony software open to DOS attacks

Cisco this week has identified vulnerabilities in its Unified Communications Manager -- formerly CallManager -- IP-telephony software that could cause denial of service or allow the execution of arbitrary code.

Cisco's Chambers: Telecom entering 'Phase II'

The telecommunications and Internet industries are entering their second phase of growth and reinvention, brought about by collaboration and Web 2.0 technologies, Cisco CEO John Chambers proclaimed at the NXTcomm conference in Chicago this week.

Controversy threatens 100G standards work

A debate within the <a href="http://www.ieee.org/" target="_blank">IEEE</a> threatens to stall work on a 100Gbps Ethernet standard and the very existence of the working group defining it.

Hammerhead prays to no one

Responding to a recent report on the market prospects of an MPLS alternative for metro Ethernet, edge switch market Hammerhead Systems this week reiterated a soul-baring confession.

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