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The Kalorama Group, an IPv4 broker and IPv6 migration consultancy, has launched two new online references for IPv4 market updates and now offers blog readers three IPv4 expert guest contributors.
Complete info at TimesUnion.
In Windows Server 2008 R2, installing and configuring DirectAccess is painful. It requires a very complicated setup process that involves meeting public key infrastructure (PKI) requirements, getting server certificates, setting up a network location server, making sure the targets support IPv6, and using the Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG).
Complete info at Windows IT Pro.
Global Cloud Infrastructure Provider Utilizing ProVision Software to Automate Its IP Resources Provisioning.
Complete info at MarketWatch, WallStreetJournal and Sys-Con.
If you are a BT Total Option 1 Broadband customer and have been having issues where some services like Xbox Live have not been working, then it is possible you have been taking part in the Carrier Grade NAT pilot (CGNAT) that BT Retail is running.
Complete info at ThinkBroadband and PCPRO.
Unicoi Systems, Inc., a leading provider of high quality VoIP solutions to the embedded device market, today announced that their InstaVoIP 516-CN and 516-POE hardware modules now support next generation IPv6 networks.
Complete info at Virtual-Strategy and PR.Com.
NEW DELHI: Opportunities thrown up by technology can be harnessed only if the children in the country are made computer literate, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal said today.
Complete info at EconomicTimes, ZeeNews and TruthDive.
In China, they do everything so much more quickly and efficiently, it seems. In the time it takes the UK to conduct a planning inquiry, China can construct a high-speed railway line from one end of the country to the other, for example. And so it is with technology.
Complete info at Computing.
The ‘Internet of Things’ represents an ambitious ideal in which everyday objects we’d never imagined to be worth connecting are introduced to the global network.
Complete info at ITWeb.
IETF Breaks Down Which Companies Leading Conversion.
Complete info at DSLReports.
When it comes to IPv6, this much is clear: Fourteen years after the protocol was first deployed, progress has been made. But proponents readily concede they have a long way to go before the standard replaces IPv4 as the method of choice within ISPs and enterprise networks.
Complete info at SearchNetworking.
What life might be like when we are using two Internet protocols?
Complete info at NetworkWorld.
US-based smart grid products provider, Silver Spring Networks, has entered into an agreement with Masers Energy Malaysia for smart infrastructure projects in Malaysia.
Complete info at EBR.
The transition to IPv6 is important not only because the 4.3 billion IPv4 addresses are running out, but also because the proliferation of Internet-connected devices is creating a new environment of information. “The Internet of Things is very much upon on us,” said Vint Cerf, Google’s chief Internet evangelist, at the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit on Thursday, April 18, in Denver.
Complete info at GovTech.
Green Hills Software, the largest independent vendor of embedded software solutions, will deliver technology presentations at DESIGN West in San Jose, CA, during the week of April 22, 2013.
Complete info at MarketWatch.
Groupware Technology, Inc., a rapidly growing information technology solution provider, today announced that it will participate in the 2013 North American IPv6 Summit, the largest IPv6 conference in North America this year, April 17-19 in Denver, Colorado. Groupware is a sponsor of the event and will be located at booth No. T-27.
Complete info at SFGate.
If you are interested in the current state of IPv4 address exhaustion within North America as well as the current state of IPv6 deployment, there will be a live stream today, April 17, of the sessions happening at INET Denver starting at 1:00pm US Mountain Daylight Time (UTC-6).
Complete info at CircleID.
Men & Mice EHF today announced that it will participate in the 2013 North American IPv6 Summit, the largest IPv6 conference in North America this year, April 17-19 in Denver, Colorado. Men & Mice will be located at Booth#05.
Complete info at Virtual-Strategy.
After decades of talk, the time for IPv6 has finally arrived. There are several transition options available, but whatever approach you choose, the challenge will be to make sure that your subscribers don't experience a reduction in quality of service.
Complete info at CircleID.
After Asia and Europe, North America is next in line to run out of IP addresses.
Complete info at arstechnica.
There is something badly broken in today's Internet.
Complete info at CircleID.
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