New effort from the Wi-Fi Alliance will use wireless internet to help keep the right time on connected devices.
WAN and LAN Section
Akamai's Third Quarter 2016 State of the Internet Report shows a 21 percent year-over-year increase in the global average internet connection speed.
Ethernet was originally designed as a best effort approach, but now there is a need for more time determinism.
The two complementary efforts come together under the Open Networking Foundation banner in a bid to foster Software Defined Networking.
Two IoT efforts join forces in a bid to accelerate interoperability.
In only two short years, new Ethernet standards are now finalized, making existing cabling as much as five time faster.
Enterprise wireless is now growing faster than consumer.
Nearly 13 percent year-over-year growth as demand for new domain names continues unabated.
25 Gigabit Ethernet now a formal standard.
Akamai's first quarter 2016 State of the Internet Report, once again shows increasing broadband speeds around the world.
The march to the zettabyte era for Internet bandwidth continues, though 2015 traffic is 87 exabytes below the initial forecast.
Existing Cat5e and Cat6 cabling gets a boost with 2.5 and 5 Gbps speeds thanks to NBASE-T Alliance efforts.
There has never been a better time to bet on Ethernet.
ONS panel discusses ways to bridge the gap between open-source and standards.
At the Open Networking Summit, AT&T details how it is virtualizing its network to meet exponential traffic demand growth.