PC Magazine Names Finalists in First 'Innovation in Infrastructure' Awards Program

Winning Products and Technologies to be Named at NetWorld+Interop



Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from PC Magazine

    NEW YORK, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Twenty-eight top products and
 technologies seen during the past year have been named finalists in PC
 Magazine's first "Innovation in Infrastructure" (I(3)) awards program.  The
 winners, to be chosen by the magazine's editors, will be announced on Tuesday,
 May 8, at a special luncheon presentation at the NetWorld+Interop networking
 event in Las Vegas.  In addition, announcement of winners will be posted on
 the Web at http://www.pcmag.com.
     "Our detailed evaluation of nine key networking categories identified
 products that are the most innovative and technologically intriguing," said PC
 Magazine Editor Jeffrey Rothfeder.  "I(3) finalists exemplify the best and
 most advanced of today's network infrastructure technologies and provide a
 window into the future of this critical area of computing."
 
     Innovation in Infrastructure finalists, by category, are:
 
     Enterprise Hardware
      HP Document Router, Hewlett-Packard Company
      IBM eServer xSeries, IBM
      The C3 Architecture, ClearCube Technology
 
     Enterprise Software
      Consilient Sitelet Technology Platform, Consilient, Inc.
      Novell DirXML, Novell, Inc.
      TeaCommerce v. 2.0, TeaLeaf Technology, Inc.
 
     Internet Hardware
      NetScaler 3000 Series, NetScaler Inc.
      Sun Cobalt (TM) RaQ XTR server appliance, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
      WebAvalanche, Caw Networks
 
     Internet Software
      GoToMyPC, Expertcity Inc.
      Intuit QuickBase, Intuit Inc.
      Zeus Web Server version 3.3.8, Zeus Technology, Ltd.
 
     Security
      FoundScan Managed Security Services - version 1.5, Foundstone Inc.
      Packetized SSL, Andes Networks
      WatchGuard ServerLock, WatchGuard Technologies, Inc.
 
     SOHO Networking
      iLine 10 HomePNA 2.0 chips, Broadcom
      EtherFast Wireless AP + Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch, Linksys
 
     Storage
      EMC CLARiiON IP 4700 NAS and FC4700 SAN, EMC Corporation
      Si7500 Storage System, BlueArc Corporation
 
     Wireless Hardware
      AR5000 chipset, Atheros Communications
      BlackBerry Wireless Email Solution with RIM 957 Wireless Handheld,
        Research In Motion
      Merlin(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem for Ricochet(TM), Novatel Wireless
 
     Wireless Services
      etrieve Mobile Office Solution, etrieve, Inc.
      OmniSky Wireless Email & Internet Service (Version 2.0), OmniSky
        Corporation
      SimulRing Deluxe, SimulRing, Inc.
 
     Wireless Software
      AiroPeek v. 1.0, WildPackets Inc.
      iConverse Mobility Platform, iConverse, Inc.
      Voice Commerce Modules, NetByTel
 
     About PC Magazine
     PC Magazine (http://www.pcmag.com) is the premier connection point for 6.7
 million technology buyers making brand decisions for their company.  PC
 Magazine's editorial mission is to analyze, evaluate and review all the
 technology solutions that build a modern business.  Unlike any other
 publication, PC Magazine's content is obsessively focused on providing the
 information that its readers need in order to make an informed vendor
 selection.  To meet its readers needs for buying information that is as
 current as it is comprehensive, PC Magazine publishes 22 times a year in print
 and continuously online at pcmag.com.  PC Magazine also delivers its brand
 promise across multiple media platforms including: PC Magazine Custom Events,
 PC Magazine Custom Research, eNewsletters, eSeminars, Ziff Davis Custom Media
 and broadcast relationships with CNNfn and the College Television Network.
 
     About Ziff Davis Media Inc.
     Ziff Davis Media Inc. (http://www.ziffdavis.com) is the leading
 information authority for buying, using and experiencing technology and the
 Internet.  It is the largest technology and Internet magazine publisher and
 the sixth largest magazine publisher in the United States.  The company is
 also at the forefront in creating a new generation of business and consumer
 media that educate, entertain and empower people.  In the U.S., Ziff Davis
 Media publishes 14 industry-leading business and consumer publications:  PC
 Magazine, Ziff Davis SMART BUSINESS, Yahoo! Internet Life, FamilyPC, Expedia
 Travels, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine,
 Computer Gaming World, Expert Gamer, eWEEK, Interactive Week, Sm@rt Partner,
 The Net Economy and CIO Insight.  Through a joint venture with International
 Data Group (IDG), the company also publishes Macworld.  Other Ziff Davis Media
 business units include Ziff Davis Internet, a developer of innovative web and
 other interactive media; Ziff Davis Custom Media, which provides custom and
 contract media solutions within the technology industry; and eTesting Labs,
 which provides state-of-the-art internet and technology testing.  The company
 also produces research, conferences, seminars and Webcasts.
 
 

SOURCE PC Magazine
    NEW YORK, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Twenty-eight top products and
 technologies seen during the past year have been named finalists in PC
 Magazine's first "Innovation in Infrastructure" (I(3)) awards program.  The
 winners, to be chosen by the magazine's editors, will be announced on Tuesday,
 May 8, at a special luncheon presentation at the NetWorld+Interop networking
 event in Las Vegas.  In addition, announcement of winners will be posted on
 the Web at http://www.pcmag.com.
     "Our detailed evaluation of nine key networking categories identified
 products that are the most innovative and technologically intriguing," said PC
 Magazine Editor Jeffrey Rothfeder.  "I(3) finalists exemplify the best and
 most advanced of today's network infrastructure technologies and provide a
 window into the future of this critical area of computing."
 
     Innovation in Infrastructure finalists, by category, are:
 
     Enterprise Hardware
      HP Document Router, Hewlett-Packard Company
      IBM eServer xSeries, IBM
      The C3 Architecture, ClearCube Technology
 
     Enterprise Software
      Consilient Sitelet Technology Platform, Consilient, Inc.
      Novell DirXML, Novell, Inc.
      TeaCommerce v. 2.0, TeaLeaf Technology, Inc.
 
     Internet Hardware
      NetScaler 3000 Series, NetScaler Inc.
      Sun Cobalt (TM) RaQ XTR server appliance, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
      WebAvalanche, Caw Networks
 
     Internet Software
      GoToMyPC, Expertcity Inc.
      Intuit QuickBase, Intuit Inc.
      Zeus Web Server version 3.3.8, Zeus Technology, Ltd.
 
     Security
      FoundScan Managed Security Services - version 1.5, Foundstone Inc.
      Packetized SSL, Andes Networks
      WatchGuard ServerLock, WatchGuard Technologies, Inc.
 
     SOHO Networking
      iLine 10 HomePNA 2.0 chips, Broadcom
      EtherFast Wireless AP + Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch, Linksys
 
     Storage
      EMC CLARiiON IP 4700 NAS and FC4700 SAN, EMC Corporation
      Si7500 Storage System, BlueArc Corporation
 
     Wireless Hardware
      AR5000 chipset, Atheros Communications
      BlackBerry Wireless Email Solution with RIM 957 Wireless Handheld,
        Research In Motion
      Merlin(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem for Ricochet(TM), Novatel Wireless
 
     Wireless Services
      etrieve Mobile Office Solution, etrieve, Inc.
      OmniSky Wireless Email & Internet Service (Version 2.0), OmniSky
        Corporation
      SimulRing Deluxe, SimulRing, Inc.
 
     Wireless Software
      AiroPeek v. 1.0, WildPackets Inc.
      iConverse Mobility Platform, iConverse, Inc.
      Voice Commerce Modules, NetByTel
 
     About PC Magazine
     PC Magazine (http://www.pcmag.com) is the premier connection point for 6.7
 million technology buyers making brand decisions for their company.  PC
 Magazine's editorial mission is to analyze, evaluate and review all the
 technology solutions that build a modern business.  Unlike any other
 publication, PC Magazine's content is obsessively focused on providing the
 information that its readers need in order to make an informed vendor
 selection.  To meet its readers needs for buying information that is as
 current as it is comprehensive, PC Magazine publishes 22 times a year in print
 and continuously online at pcmag.com.  PC Magazine also delivers its brand
 promise across multiple media platforms including: PC Magazine Custom Events,
 PC Magazine Custom Research, eNewsletters, eSeminars, Ziff Davis Custom Media
 and broadcast relationships with CNNfn and the College Television Network.
 
     About Ziff Davis Media Inc.
     Ziff Davis Media Inc. (http://www.ziffdavis.com) is the leading
 information authority for buying, using and experiencing technology and the
 Internet.  It is the largest technology and Internet magazine publisher and
 the sixth largest magazine publisher in the United States.  The company is
 also at the forefront in creating a new generation of business and consumer
 media that educate, entertain and empower people.  In the U.S., Ziff Davis
 Media publishes 14 industry-leading business and consumer publications:  PC
 Magazine, Ziff Davis SMART BUSINESS, Yahoo! Internet Life, FamilyPC, Expedia
 Travels, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine,
 Computer Gaming World, Expert Gamer, eWEEK, Interactive Week, Sm@rt Partner,
 The Net Economy and CIO Insight.  Through a joint venture with International
 Data Group (IDG), the company also publishes Macworld.  Other Ziff Davis Media
 business units include Ziff Davis Internet, a developer of innovative web and
 other interactive media; Ziff Davis Custom Media, which provides custom and
 contract media solutions within the technology industry; and eTesting Labs,
 which provides state-of-the-art internet and technology testing.  The company
 also produces research, conferences, seminars and Webcasts.
 
 SOURCE  PC Magazine