Broadband Internet speeds continue to rise, according to the fourth quarter Akamai State of the Internet report.
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A recent Federal Trade Commission report on data stewardship issues related to the Internet of Things is effectively a political power play.
Newly submitted to the Open Compute Project, Cumulus Networks specification could enable better operating system integration with bare metal switches.
New Open Compute Project initiative could help to further democratize networking landscape.
The public Internet might not be business-grade, but SD-WAN can improve it.
Even as Cisco continues to push forward with its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) effort, it is still providing alternatives to users.
New Cisco Visual Networking Index forecasts growing mobile data use trends for the next five years.
25 Mbps is now the baseline for what is considered broadband speed in the U.S.
IPv6 adoption continues, and global average connection speed to the Internet now stands at 4.5 Mbps.
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.