Clients in the News

  • Ethernet industry builds on innovation

    This year is shaping up to be an active one for Ethernet as the industry builds on innovations that occurred in 2014. The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of broad-based testing and standards conformance services for the networking industry, stands ready to support the industry with expanded interoperability testing and support for 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (40G/100G), according to Jeff Lapak, senior manager, Ethernet Technologies, at UNH-IOL. The lab sees considerable interest in 40G technology and is beginning to test 100G products. Read More

    Evaluation Engineering 02/24/15
  • NTT Shares Critical SDN Lessons

    As one of the first companies to deploy software-defined networks to connect its data centers, NTT is also one of the first to learn critical lessons about that process. Read More

    Light Reading 02/18/15
  • 2015 Data Center 100: 20 Service Providers

    NTT Communications

    New York

    Kazuhiro Gomi

    CEO, NTT America

    NTT Communications provides consulting, architecture, security and cloud services to help enterprises globally optimize their information and communications technology environments. The company’s worldwide infrastructure includes a leading global tier-one IP network, the Arcstar Universal One VPN network, and 130 secure data centers. Read More

    CRN 02/10/15
  • G.fast Promises Faster DSL Over Existing Wiring

    G.fast—the  latest and fastest version of DSL—may eventually deliver a super-fast upgrade in speed to DSL users. Late last year, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) approved this new version of the digital-subscriber-line (DSL) standard for Internet access over the plain old telephone service (POTS), also known as the public switched telephone network (PSTN). POTS uses the massive installed base of unshielded twisted-pair wiring from telephone central office to the home or office. Read More

    Electronic Design 02/09/15
  • Internet Society Comes to T&T This Week

    WASHINGTON—The Internet Society Deploy360 Programme will extend the discussion of emerging technology issues to more countries and promote technology dialogue at a local level through the addition of regions to its 2015 ION Conference Series. The 2015 series, sponsored by Afilias, launched on January 18 in Kandy, Sri Lanka, with ION Sri Lanka, paving the way for the next ION event, ION T&T, later this week. Read More

    Trinidad Guardian 02/03/15
  • IPv6 Network Testing: Avoid The Top 5 Troubles

    Network testing is essential but sometimes challenging, and running into bugs and broken devices is a normal part of a test environment. But what happens when there are no bugs and the device isn’t broken, but the test still doesn’t work? Is it the test that is broken? Is the engineer to blame? Or is the problem something else, perhaps more subtle? Read More

    Network Computing 02/03/15
  • New consumer Intel 750 NVMe SSD pops up in UNH-IOL compatibility list

    UNH-IOL has announced during the third NVM Express Interoperability Plugfest that twelve products were added to the UNH-IOL (University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab) NVMe 1.1b Integrators List. One item on the list that is sure to interest the enthusiast crowd is the Intel 750 SSD. News of the Intel 750 cropped up in a leaked roadmap, with release of the code-named ‘August Ridge’ product scheduled for Q4 of 2014. Of course, this time has passed. Read More Read More

    TweakTown 02/02/15
  • ISOC Urges Faster Security Standards Adoption

    The Internet Society is hoping to speed up deployment of some key Internet standards, many of which involve more secure networking, through a series of conferences being held globally, beginning last month. The approach involves getting network operators that aren’t yet deploying IPv6, DNSSEC, Secure BGP, anti-spoofing and more into the room with those that are, to share experiences. (See ISOC Launches Conference Series to Advance New Networking Standards.) Read More

    Light Reading 02/02/15
  • La ION Conference Series 2015 de Internet Society apunta a un análisis regional de las tecnologías emergentes

    El Internet Society Deploy360 Programme anunció hoy que extenderá la discusión de temas relacionados con las tecnologías emergentes a más países y promocionará el diálogo sobre tecnología a nivel local a través de la incorporación de más regiones en la edición de 2015 de la ION Conference Series. La serie de conferencias de 2015, patrocinada por Afilias, ya está en desarrollo y celebró su comienzo el 18 de enero en Kandy, Sri Lanka con ION Sri Lanka, abriéndose el camino para el próximo evento ION, ION Trinidad y Tobago, que se realizará en el Caribe esta semana. La serie de este año finalizará en otoño en San Francisco, sede de la primera conferencia ION en 2010. Read More

    SYS-Con Media 02/02/15
  • ISOC Launches Conference Series to Advance New Networking Standards

    WASHINGTON D.C. — The Internet Society Deploy360 Programme today announced it will extend the discussion of emerging technology issues to more countries and promote technology dialogue at a local level through the addition of regions to its 2015 ION Conference Series. The 2015 series, sponsored by Afilias, is already underway and launched on January 18 in Kandy, Sri Lanka with ION Sri Lanka, paving the way for the next ION event, ION Trinidad and Tobago, which will take place in the Caribbean this week. The year’s series will conclude this fall in San Francisco, the site of the first ION Conference in 2010. Read More

    Light Reading 02/02/15