Nov 14, 2008: Perot Systems Acquires Tellurian Networks, Inc.
Acquisition Builds on Perot Systems Strength as The Leading Provider of Healthcare IT Solutions
Aug 7, 2008: Tellurian Networks in the News
Tellurian Networks Joins the National ePrescribing Patient Safety Initiative
Jul 31, 2008: Allscripts/Tellurian/Healthfirst Case Study
Multi-Specialty Clinic Implementation; HealthFirst Physicians of Arkansas
Oct 29, 2007: Tellurian Networks in the News
Mid-Size Physician Groups Select Allscripts Web-Hosted Electronic Health Record and Practice Management
Sep 10, 2007: Tellurian Networks in the News (video)
Tellurian's CEO Robert Boyle with Dell's CEO Michael Dell launching Dell's new iSCSI SAN
Sep 10, 2007: Tellurian Networks in the News
Tellurian's CEO Robert Boyle is quoted with Dell's CEO Michael Dell in a press release launching Dell's new iSCSI SAN
Mar 14, 2007: Tellurian Networks in the News
Industry Initiative Plans to Give E-Rx to All Physicians
Jan 24, 2007: Tellurian Networks in the News
E-prescribing and the question of quality
Oct 24, 2006: Tellurian Networks in the News
Sonasoft Signs New Customers
Aug 7, 2006: Tellurian Networks in the News
California doctors pioneer e-medical records
Feb 15, 2005: Tellurian Networks in the News
Large Doctors' Groups Rolling Out Electronic Medical Records
Feb 11, 2005: Tellurian Networks in the News
Hill Physicians moves toward digitizing patient medical records
Feb 7, 2005: News Release
Oct 14, 2003: Tellurian Networks Fall 2003 System Upgrades
New System Integrates Technologies from NextGen, SeeBeyond, and Tellurian To Improve Medical Outcomes and Reduce Costs by Automating Clinical and Administrative Record-Keeping
As Tellurian Networks grows, we constantly need to upgrade our software, servers, and other equipment to continue providing fast and reliable Internet services. From October 2003 until the end of this year, we will be performing several major infrastructure upgrades. Please click here for more information.
Jan 14, 2003: Tellurian Networks Residential DSL
Tellurian Networks offers Residential DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) Internet access for as low as $44.95/month for Sprint customers and $49.95/month for Verizon customers. Please click here to find out if you qualify for Residential DSL service.
Sep 13, 2002: Tellurian Networks Co-Location Datacenter Virtual Tour
Click here to take a virtual tour of the Tellurian Networks Co-Location Datacenter. Please make sure visit this page to learn more about our co-location services.
June 14, 2002: Latest Tellurian Dialer for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Click here to download the Tellurian Dialer for free from our FTP site. This small program includes ALL of our current access numbers.
May 15, 2002: Microsoft Security Update for users of Internet Explorer
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01, 5.5, or 6.0, Microsoft recommends downloading and installing this latest Security Update to fix multiple vulnerabilities. Click here for more information.
Recommendations for a Better Online Experience (4/4/2002)
Tellurian Networks has compiled the following suggestions and recommendations page to help create a better computer and Internet experience for our users. These are the tips and tricks we use to keep our own computer systems running smoothly, efficiently, and virus free. Click here for more information.
The difficulties in battling SPAM (3/21/2002)
While Tellurian Networks makes all efforts to prevent SPAM (ie: unsolicited e-mail) from reaching it's customers, it continues to be an increasingly difficult battle. Please read this excellent article on c|net News.com about SPAM.
The Tellurian web site has a new look! (2/1/2002)
Please let us know if you miss something, want a new feature, love it, hate it, or whatever... contact the webmaster.
Having problems connecting with your Gateway V.92 modem?
Some Gateway Windows XP systems with the GTW V.92 PCI Soft Modem may experience connection problems. Please see the Modem Tips and Tricks page for more information.
Should you be concerned with computer security?
Yes, all computer users should be. Here's an excellent "Basic Security Checklist for Home and Office Users" from SecurityFocus.com.
See the new Tellurian Data Center
Click here to view a live picture from inside our server co-location facility. Learn more about our web hosting packages and co-location services.
Past Press Coverage
Top New Jersey Top Internet Access Providers 2000
ClickNet's Entercept 2.0 Stops Attacks (8/14/2000)
ZDNet eWEEK 7/24/2000: The software that cried wolf
|"Chances are, your company's intrusion detection software stopped suspicious-looking traffic today. Chances are, it was a false alarm, too.
Network attacks, including distributed denial-of-service and buffer overflow incursions, have put intrusion detection software on the front line in the battle against hackers. But the wider the deployment of intrusion detection, the more administrators are realizing the technology's limits and frustrations.
The reason: Too often, the software puts out false-positive alerts, which warn administrators about traffic that turns out to be innocuous but still send IT managers scurrying to plug security holes.
"It got to an absurd point, where every other day we were literally just blowing away our log file," said Robert Boyle, CEO of Tellurian Networks Inc., a managed-service provider in Newton, N.J.
Technically, false-positive intrusions are a hard problem for software companies to solve. The technology is a slave to a statistical phenomenon called the base rate fallacy. Attacks are rare relative to the amount of traffic coming into a network. The rarer the event, the more accurate the test must be to be useful. Right now, intrusion detection is not accurate enough and returns more false positives than true positives."
Leading ISP Sets Anti-Hacking Standard for Hosted Server Security with entercept™ (5/15/2000)
Garden Networks and Microsoft involved in trademark dispute (11/10/1997)