Lenovo unveiled two new ThinkServers at the Educause 2013 conference in Anaheim last week.
Bradford Networks unveiled the latest version of Network Sentry at the Educause 2013 conference in Anaheim Wednesday. Network Sentry 6.2 adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V Server and integration with MaaS360 mobile device management.
Stony Brook University, part of the State University of New York, has upgraded its Javits Lecture Center to the latest WiFi standard, 802.11ac, and is preparing to install the technology in its new indoor sports complex.
Despite an ongoing and fairly severe decline in the worldwide PC market, in the United States, computer sales are on the rise. In the third quarter of 2013 — which includes the back-to-school shopping season — PC shipments were up. The only top-5 manufacturer to post a decline for the quarter was Apple.
Moxa has released an 802.11n wireless access point for outside usage that works in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio frequencies.
Tintri, a producer of virtualization and cloud storage products, has launched its next generation of products, the Tintri VMstore T600 series, which supports twice as many virtual machines per system than its predecessors.
Xirrus has announced its dual-802.11ac radio access point (AP), the XR-630, which features two 802.11ac radios.
The University of Cincinnati and CBTS, a technology solutions provider and subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell, have formed a partnership to connect information technology students from the university's College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services with industry professionals from CBTS.
Meru Networks is launching six new wireless networking bundles designed to cut hardware and support costs for colleges and universities.
Someone has put a price tag on the Internet of Things: $8.9 trillion a year by 2020. That's the amount consumers, businesses, universities, school systems, governments, and other organizations will spend on the forecast 212 billion "things" that will make up the Internet of Things within eight years.