Akamai's first quarter 2016 State of the Internet Report, once again shows increasing broadband speeds around the world.
WAN and LAN Section
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.
First round of devices to get the official IPv6 Ready CE Router Logo debut as challenges remain for broader IPv6 adoption.
IPv4 isn't quite dead yet, but IPv6 is now strongly into double digit usage, at least on mobile.
Almost 300 million domain names now exist across all Top Level Domains, though growth isn't evenly spread.
Though not yet officially a standard, Wi-Fi Alliance is now pushing low-power Internet of Things approach.
New FCC report is optimistic about American broadband Internet technologies.
Akamai State of the Internet report shows continued connection speed increases, highlights IPv6 traffic.
40 Gigabit Ethernet revenue growth now outpacing 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
With the final block of IPv4 addresses issued, is it finally time to move to IPv6?