With the final block of IPv4 addresses issued, is it finally time to move to IPv6?
WAN and LAN Section
The next big thing for the WiFi specification is still years away, but will add significant performance.
Though there is still money to be made in MPLS, customer demand is driving a need for SD-WAN.
Linux Foundation Collaborative Internet of Things Project announces 13 new members, including IBM and Pivotal.
10 Gigabit Ethernet still dominates and will for years to come, but 25 GbE is rising.
Demand for Top Level Domains continues to grow in 2015, and new types of TLD expand their footprint.
New technologies improve enterprise WLAN performance and prepare Wi-Fi networks for the demands of the Internet of Things future.
Identifying each connected device on the Internet of Things may not be as overwhelming as it sounds.
Cisco once again is predicting increasing growth for Internet traffic.
Kumar Ramachandran, CEO of CloudGenix, discusses the promise and the opportunity of SD-WAN.
As the freely available pool of IPv4 address space dwindles to zero, a new aftermarket has emerged to buy and sell IPv4 addresses.
Ethernet effort already has pre-standard working interoperability across multiple vendors.
Yet another industry group takes shape to push Ethernet forward.
Broadband Internet speeds continue to rise, according to the fourth quarter Akamai State of the Internet report.