Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)

Anonymous or not - is a DNS root server attack really possible?


There’s been a lot of talk lately about an attack being launched against the Internet’s DNS Root Servers on March 31st.

Cisco projects 18-Fold growth in mobile internet data traffic by 2016

According to the Cisco Visual Network Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast for 2011 to 2016, worldwide mobile data traffic will increase 18-fold during this time period reaching 10.8 exabytes per month - or an annual run rate of 130 exabytes - by 2016.

DNS platform supports IPv6, creates revenue streams for carriers

Xerocole, a broadband Domain Name System (DNS) company, on Wednesday announced an all-in-one DNS management system that enables broadband network operators to support IPv6 and Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC), monetize non-existent domain errors, and deliver personalized services to subscribers.

Landis+Gyr announces upgradable smart grid platform

Landis+Gyr, a smart meter provider, on Thursday announced the launch of their Series V next generation Gridstream smart grid technology aimed at providing utilities an upgradeable platform capable of adapting to future applications and communication protocols - all without stranding existing assets.

Will 2012 be the Year of IPv6?

The telecommunication industry needs to be preparing now for the most significant change in the history of the Internet: specifically, the transition from Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).

Telecom carriers, vendors sign contract for Asia Pacific Gateway Network

From releases by staff

NTT Communications Corporation and NEC Corporation are among a group of telecom carriers and vendors that recently announced they signed a contract for the construction and maintenance of the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG), an undersea cable network that is scheduled to launch by June 2014 with a total design capacity of 54.8 terabit-per-second (Tbps).

Diameter routing in 3G, IMS and LTE networks: Tekelec one-on-one

Mobile data traffic is increasing at an enormous rate, which is driving many mobile operators to switch from a 3G network to all-internet protocol (IP) network, such as LTE, to manage the high volume of traffic.  The Diameter protocol, which is used on most IP networks, plays a central role in the management of 4G LTE and IMS networks and 3G charging and policy deployments.  TelecomEngine spoke with Jason Emery, Director of Product Management at Tekelec, to discuss how its Diameter Signaling Router (DSR) product supports multiple networks, including LTE, through the centralization

The switch from TDM to IP, why is it taking so long?

The telecom industry has undergone drastic changes over the last few decades, from a service only able to deliver voice capabilities, to a service where voice is one of a large number of features delivered across a network. These changes have accumulated to the point where another major change is imminent, a change to an all-IP (Internet Protocol) infrastructure. This change is already happening, but with TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) technology still being used for the majority of phone calls today, it may be further away than first anticipated.

Oracle release enables dual IPv4-IPv6 provisioning, Ethernet support

Oracle today announced the general availability of Oracle Communications IP Service Activator Release 7.0, a key component in Oracle's Converged Fulfillment for Business Services solution. Deployed by many of the world's leading communications service providers (CSPs), Oracle's Converged Fulfillment for Business Services solution enables CSPs to create, launch and fulfill highly-differentiated, converged business services including connectivity, data, voice, video and Cloud services.
  

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