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Articles by J. Nicholas Hoover
posted in December 2006
Cisco has owned the iPhone name since 2000, when it purchased InfoGear Technology for $301 million.
The popular social networking site is taking steps to protect its young users.
Nortel, Intel and SprintNextel are betting the house on WiMax, but not everyone is a convert. Cisco, for one, seems wary.
The companies launch a joint effort to build databases to allow their 2.5 million employees to access their personal health records over the Web, starting sometime next year.
The Interactive Financial Report Viewer is a Web-based application that reads filings that make use of the Extensible Business Reporting Language, or XBRL.
The company adds a WAN optimization engine, a Network Analysis Module for visibility into network traffic, a faster services engine, and flexible WAN interfaces that can work with cable and DSL instead of just traditional T1 lines.
They see the tools as one way to try to get rising U.S. health care costs under control.