Comcast says it will initiate a series of public trials in April to help transition its network to IPv6.
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Google and Neustar UltraDNS have proposed a DNS extension to build geographic smarts into the Domain Name System.
The catch of course there is one is that the price is available with an annual support license.
Oracle Chief Ellison says the biggest post-acquisition challenge will be cleaning up Sun's messy supply chain, not headcount reduction.
Storage and computing technology vendor, Bell Microproducts will distribute Neterion's 10GbE network adapter cards.
Cloud computing is coming. IT is finally catching up with the rest of the Internet by extending the enterprise outside of the traditional data center walls. And although cloud computing is transforming traditional IT, it is still immature.
New gear from switching vendors Extreme Networks and Voltaire help data centers manage a growing number of switched VMs.
The new Business Class II High Availability Router from Nexaira includes security and network protocols.
Data center virtualization is changing the way we think about today's networks.
NetMotion Wireless has received its 11th U.S. patent related to its Mobile VPN (Virtual Private Network) software.
The H3C S12508 data center core switch and its H3C S5820X top-of-rack switch have received the Miercom Certified Green designation.
According to this Gartner report, network administrators better get ready for a while lot more traffic. Worldwide software as a service (SaaS) revenue is forecast to reach $7.5 billion in 2009, a 17.7 percent increase from 2008 revenue of $6.4 billion.
BT Diamond IP has received United States patent No. 7,623,547 for Internet Protocol Address Management System and Method.
The European Network & Information Security Agency (ENISA) released a report two weeks ago covering Cloud Computing Risk and Security. The report highlights 35 risks to consider when making sourcing decisions that include private or public Cloud services.
Juniper and Polycom have entered a partnership to offer telepresence and video conferencing services to enterprises.
The new Cascade 8.4 allows organizations to better assess, accelerate and adapt network performance.
F5s BIG-IP Edge Gateway Solution offers high-performance access to LAN-speed application performance for remote and mobile workers.
Experts warn corporations and government agencies to IPv6-enable their public Web sites in the next 24 months.
Simena announced a new version of Packet Flow Switch, PFS1524, boasting the industry's lowest fixed latency.
Alcatel-Lucent's new optical switch consumes less power per bit than today's equipment.
IEEE 802.1Qbg/bh address management issues raised by virtual machines in datacentres.
The volume of distributed denial-of-service attacks against network operators is still growing, but according to industry experts the growth rate is slowing down.
The Cisco Unified Wireless Network offers new features to optimize multimedia performance wireless and wired networks.
Finding the root cause of congestion can be expensive. One non-profit invested in a NetFlow traffic analysis tool to solve the problem.
Microsoft urges the government to step in on cloud computing privacy and security issues.
Osterman Research/Axway Survey Finds 82 Percent of Employees Turn to Personal Email Accounts to Send Large Files
Axway announced survey results revealing strong discrepancies between employees and their IT department on topics related to enterprise file transfer. Conducted with Osterman Research, the survey is entitled Problems with File Transfers and What Organizations Should Do to Resolve Them.
Transition Network has a new fully-managed, high port count, Gigabit Ethernet switch that supports network devices with IPv6 addressing.
New firmware updates for several models of D-Link routers are now available to download.
This year vendors are offering unified platforms. Will CIOs buy into vendor restrictions?
The main measure of IP multicast scalability is group capacity, and Extreme's Summit x650 is a clear leader.
GlassHouse Technologies announced the results of a survey that highlights the growing popularity of cloud computing. According to GlassHouses cloud computing trends survey, 60 percent of executives plan to implement cloud initiatives in the coming year.
Google's shift to encrypted by default is a reminder to do more to secure your organization's data and communications.
Global Crossing's managed network services has added support for WAN optimization capabilities, based on gear from Juniper Networks.
Unapproved devices can create a security hole that you need to fill.
Netgear's new product, ProSafe Wireless, claims to help small-to medium-sized businesses deploy and manage a secure wireless network.
Cloud-based desktop application services (Google Apps) are a component of Googles strategy to expand into new businesses that augment its Internet search and advertising prowess. To be successful, the search engine has trained its array of computers and data analysis acumen on these new business imperatives of small and large businesses alike to fuel future growth and its market making capabilities.
This hand book is available free. It provides a comprehensive primer on all areas of networking, the various protocols, extensive wireless data and a whole lot more.
This paper from Motorola contains some interesting data for those involved in designing, deploying, monitoring and managing high-speed wireless networks.
The network router is evolving from a device dedicated to connecting disparate networks to an integrated services device capable of multiple functions.
KDDI America says its new service provides enterprises of all sizes with managed network, router and switching services.
There are many wireless standards and protocols in play. Which ones should you harness and which ones are becoming obsolete?