Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Skype Saves Xmas -- but what about the New Year?

Skype experiences major outage just ahead of Christmas holiday, but managed to pull a rabbit out of the hat to restore service just before the big day -- what happened and why are they now being sued?

2010: The Networking Year in Review

2010 was a big year for networking as new standards emerged for speed, security and power; and vendors rolled out new innovations.

ICANN Delays .XXX and gTLDs

Last week a major milestone in the history of the Internet was supposed to happen, but it didn't. What happened?

HP Networking Deploys New Energy Efficient Ethernet Switches

IEEE standard now ratified and HP is racing to the finish line to deliver new tech for Energy Efficient Ethernet compliant hardware

VeriSign Introduces Services to Simplify DNSSEC Deployment

VeriSign has announced a new service that it hopes will make DNSSEC adoption easier on network administrators.

Juniper Acquires Altor Networks in $95 Million Virtualization Play

Juniper spends real money as it aims to secure virtualization deployments.

IPv4 Space Continues to Dwindle

Will new IPv4 address space be around in 2011 at all? New /8 allocations may have just accelerated the decline.

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