GUEST RESEARCH: A10 Networks today released worldwide research that reveals the challenges and priorities of enterprise organisations in today's post-pandemic era as we learn to live with the COVID-19 pandemic and how this is shaping future technology requirements.
DOCOMO announced that it will begin rolling out IPv6 single-stack support for selected DOCOMO devices from February 1, thereby taking the lead in deploying IPv6 ahead of other telecom carriers in Japan, which are expected to continue operating with IPv4 addresses for the time being.
Internet backbone provider Hurricane Electric is establishing a point of presence (PoP) in NextDC's P1 Perth data centre.
Global network provider Hurricane Electric has introduced a new Point of Presence (PoP) in data centre operator NEXTDC’s S1 Sydney data centre.
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ARIN, the regional internet registry for North America, is no longer able to meet requests for IPv4 addresses.
At the US National Press Club, ‘Father of the Internet’ Vint Cerf and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google talks IPv6 for ‘Internet of Things' and more.
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auDA has moved its Melbourne DNS servers to Internode's data centre.
Belkin is about to join the ranks of home networking vendors with products supporting the new 802.11ac wireless network standard that promises significantly greater speeds.
The latest version of Parallels Plesk Panel offers improved performance and new support options for hosting companies.
Blue Coat Systems, Inc., the technology leader in Web security and WAN optimisation solutions, today announced PacketShaper version 9, a new software operating system release for Blue Coat® PacketShaper® appliances that introduces the industry's first network- application- and content-level visibility and control for IPv6 'shadow networks' which have, up until now, run undetected on existing corporate IPv4 networks. In addition, the new software enables scalable performance of up to 8 Gigabits per second (Gbps) to meet increased network demands with more video and other rich media, large software downloads and other network application traffic.
The release of Kerio Connect 7.3 marks the company's first steps in providing IPv6 support in its UTM firewall.
A security vendor is predicting a 23% growth in malware during 2012.
The Internet Society has designated 6 June 2012 as the global launch date for IPv6, by which time it is expects many major web sites and equipment vendors to have permanently enabled IPv6 for their products and services. Internode has joined a handful of global ISPs so far committed to the project.
The Internet Society has launched Deploy360, a programme that aims to "provide real-world deployment information initially for IPv6 and DNSSEC and, over time, for additional Internet technologies."
The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force is tipping 2012 to be the watershed year for IPv6 adoption in New Zealand, saying that many government organisations anticipate making at least some of their public services available natively on IPv6."
Telstra has turned on IPv6 for its enterprise, government and wholesale customers, by dual-stacking its Internet backbone with IPv4 and IPv6
Internode has becomes Australia's first ISP to launch IPv6 as a standard service. It is available on an opt-in basis to both Internode's ADSL2+ and NBN customers, following a 20-month public trial.
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