Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Juniper: Market for Networking Is Improving

Networking vendor posts strong results and reveals that AT&T is a big buyer.

ICANN CEO: The Road Ahead is Paved with Tweets

Rob Beckstrom explains how Internet governance will get more transparent and what role ICANN will play.

Cisco Moves to Unify Telepresence

Launches protocol to promote interoperability among disparate videoconferencing systems.

Cisco's Telepresence Interoperability Push

Interestingly, it's no longer a Cisco or nothing proposition anymore.

Riverbed Expands WAN Optimization Visibility

Do you know what's inside your accelerated packet stream?

Juniper Takes Aim at Telepresence With Polycom

New partnership aims to provide to competition for Cisco.

Blue Coat Targets IPv6 for the Enterprise

If IPv6 is to take hold there are some key networking items that enterprises will need.

Alcatel-Lucent Unleashes Four-Terabit Switch

New optical switch aimed at improving scalability as core traffic grows.

New DNSSEC Exploit Revealed, Should You Be Worried?

Its severity is rated "low," but patches are out for the second flaw in DNSSEC to be discovered in three months. DNS experts say some exploits are to be expected as the transition continues.

Digium Updates Switchvox 4.5

Latest VoIP PBX updates features that can be pushed all the way to the phone.

Avaya Unveils Roadmap for Integrating Nortel

Avaya execs lay out integration plan for $900 million acquisition of Nortel Enterprise unit.

Avaya Rolls Out Nortel Roadmap

Avaya details what it plans to do with the $900 million it spent on Nortel's enterprise business.

NTT America Moving to 100 Gigabit Networking

NTT America's CTO explains his company's plans for growing its networking capacity in 2010 and beyond.

IPv4 Not Dead Yet: 625 Days of IPv4 Addresses Remain

The sky isn't falling (yet), but is it time for consumer electronics vendors to move to IPv6?

ICANN Taking Applications for International Domains

While some have raised security issues around the potential for domain spoofing, the organization's senior director for of IDNs says protective measures are in place at both the technical and procedural levels.

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