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Hewlett-Packard's Megadeal with Shell Raises Strategic Profile

Hewlett-Packard's credibility as a serious networking player got a big boost this week as Royal Dutch Shell—the #1 company on the Fortune 500 list—picked HP to develop a wireless sensing system to collect and distribute seismic images from challenging underground environments to enhance Shell's ability to locate oil and natural-gas reservoirs.

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IBM Enters the Network-Attached Storage Market

Big Blue is the latest data storage vendor to offer extreme scale-out network attached storage.
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Cisco, Juniper Bulk Up Wireless Network Offerings

Responding to the growing strain heavy Internet usage is putting on wireless networks, rivals Cisco and Juniper have both rolled out new technologies they say could help ease the load.
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Cisco Aims to Simplify Datacenter Migrations

Networking giant rolls out Overlay Transport Virtualization system to enable virtual datacenter migrations, while improving load balancing and disaster-recovery operations.
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Cisco's Blades Business Off to a Good Start

Who in the world would want to take on IBM, HP and Dell all at once? Cisco, the networking company, with its entry into the blades server business. So how is the company doing as we approach the end of year one?
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