Network application performance

  • July 23, 2004 23 Jul'04

    Redundancy key to high availability VoIP

    At this week's Catalyst Conference, a Burton analyst explained why a VoIP system's success is determined during the implementation, and shed light on pitfalls that can harm quality of service.

  • June 21, 2004 21 Jun'04

    RouteScience, IBM partner for better app performance

    RouteScience is hoping its new partnership with IBM will not only improve application performance for Big Blue's server customers, but also build its own customer base while making its software easier to deploy.

  • June 07, 2004 07 Jun'04

    Application delivery for the ROI-driven data center

    As innovation and demand converge in the new ROI-driven data center, yesterday's load balancer is being supplanted by a rapidly evolving category, the application delivery system.

  • April 06, 2004 06 Apr'04

    RouteScience update watches for WAN latency

    RouteScience has updated its product for verifying the performance of distributed applications over wide area networks. It can now ensure packets from voice or video apps have priority over other data.

  • March 09, 2004 09 Mar'04

    IM at work: Good or evil?

    For better or worse, instant messaging is growing in popularity.

  • March 08, 2004 08 Mar'04

    Enterprise IM leaves non-financial firms wanting

    Even though enterprise IM choices lack interoperability with public services, IM Planet speakers offered a few reasons why the systems are worth considering.

  • December 01, 2003 01 Dec'03

    VoIP call-monitoring a work in progress

    A new generation of products that monitor voice-call quality on IP networks signals the maturity of enterprise VoIP technology. But monitoring voice quality is hardly an exact science.

  • October 21, 2003 21 Oct'03

    Will 2004 be the year of IM management?

    Interoperability and enterprise management were the hot issues at last week's IM Planet conference. While many believe that 2004 will be the year that IM management takes hold in the enterprise, the task itself is far from easy.

  • September 15, 2003 15 Sep'03

    NEC strategy plays off of VoIP jitters

    NEC isn't about to challenge Cisco in the data networking market anytime soon, but the company is using its success with voice products to push an end-to-end system that wards off poor VoIP performance.

  • July 22, 2003 22 Jul'03

    NetScaler updates take pressure off servers

    NetScaler has enhanced its 9000 line of server optimization products to improve application performance over distributed networks. An analyst says NetScaler is helping companies deliver ERP and CRM applications over the Internet without huge, costly...

  • July 07, 2003 07 Jul'03

    Neoteris launches Web-conferencing software

    Today, Neoteris plunged into the Web-conferencing market with a new product that will compete directly with market leader WebEx. The Neoteris Meeting Series utilizes the company's existing secure remote access technology, and beta users have given ...

  • February 13, 2003 13 Feb'03

    Water supplier prioritizes apps flowing through its network

    USFilter, which bills itself as North America's largest water company, feared its network speed would slow to a trickle unless it could better manage traffic.

  • January 16, 2003 16 Jan'03

    Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony: Methodology and Approach

    Learn what steps to take and tools to use to identify and resolve the cause of IP telephony problems.

  • November 08, 2002 08 Nov'02

    Quick Takes: Video conferencing controls

    Forgent Networks releases enhancements to its Video Network Platform that give administrators greater control over video conferencing in this edition of Quick Takes.

  • October 28, 2002 28 Oct'02

    Voice and video over IP are two peas in a packet

    The popularity of voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is expected to grow steadily in the future, but Gartner Inc. researchers say that, for most companies, it will take until 2007 for both voice and data to be fully merged into a single network. ...