The company allegedly told US shoppers some of its illegal jammers were FCC-approved.
The plan would also aim to prevent fraud in the E-Rate Internet funding program.
Potential customers in China and elsewhere are worried about the security of public-cloud data, HP's enterprise chief says
The company wants to open up the platform for development and use by others
With performance gains, NetApp says the high end of its line is now optimized for flash
Messaging veteran RTI delivers software based on the new DDS Security standard
The company's Silicon Valley lab uses hobbyist development techniques
The agency failed to justify keeping the 66 pages of documents secret, a federal judge ruled.
The company is also introducing an All-Flash Shelf to add more solid-state capacity
The social network can't fit everything in its main app, so more little ones are on the way.
Carriers in Europe and the Americas have committed to selling the secure handset, Silent Circle and Geeksphone say
The software can pool resources across StoreOnce 6500 nodes and is headed for other systems
The 3Par StoreServ 7450 is getting new SSDs and software
The new parts, with as much as 6.4TB each, can accelerate databases, virtual desktops and other software
The PC and server interface technology can sip energy when it needs to, PCI's industry group says.