IPv6 adoption continues, and global average connection speed to the Internet now stands at 4.5 Mbps.
WAN and LAN Section
John D’Ambrosia looks back at Ethernet development in 2014 and forward to what will keep the Ethernet Alliance and IEEE busy in 2015.
John D'Ambrosia says that Ethernet is no longer about making 10x leaps, talks 2.5 and 25 GbE.
MGBASE-T Alliance members reveal their effort to advance intermediate Ethernet networking speeds.
New NBASE-T Alliance pushes for intermediate 2.5 Gbps and 5 Gbps Ethernet standards.
Wi-Fi vendor announces Meru Center and Meru App Store for easier deployment of wireless networking and SDN applications in the WLAN.
Linux Foundation's AllSeen Internet of Things collaboration project launches Connected Lighting Working Group.
More bandwidth! Speedier connections! Greater accessibility! Bigger data faster! These are the demands of tomorrow's IoT. Can they be met? If so, how?
Years after IANA officially declared the free pool of IPv4 address space as being exhausted, a new pool has been released from reclaimed addresses.
.com domain continues to grow but new domains are now actively growing too.
New enhancements are coming to TCP that might make communications more or less secure, depending on how it is used.
Cisco could be the next big networking vendor to join 25 GbE consortium as standardization efforts grow.
The increasingly crowded landscape of Internet of Things protocol groups is now even more crowded.
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs demonstrates that it can get faster speeds than ever before out of copper wires.
Microsoft, Mellanox, Google, Broadcom and Arista come together in new effort.