Japan and EU have partnered for a number of research projects including one where they aim to build a 100 Gbps internet that will cater to the explosion in worldwide data.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has initiated the certification program for adaptors, routers and other wireless networking gear against the IEEE 802.11ac draft standard.
According to recent statistics by Google and Cisco, Switzerland has aced the IPv6 adoption charts by leapfrogging Romania, which topped the charts for nearly a year.
So-net Entertainment, one of the ISPs in Japan, has rolled out world’s fastest internet service for home use that would provide with speeds of 2Gbps.
Tatu Ylonen, also known as the father of SSH, is working on an update for Secure Shell (SSH) – the network protocol that is used widely for machine-to-machine communications across the Internet and in enterprises.
Networking vendors including the likes of Cisco, Juniper, Citrix and quite a few others have come together and started the OpenDaylight project in an effort to standardize software defined networking and the products that are built using OpenFlow.
Commuters of Indian Railway will soon be able to access free Wi-Fi Internet in express trains if the US $1.1 million pilot project is successful it has been revealed.
Georgia Tech is looking forward to build a micro-scale graphene antenna that will support terabit or hundred terabit radio communications.
Christopher Young, the Senior Vice President of Cisco’s security and government unit explained that the increasing number of connected devices will have a huge impact over the IT infrastructure and especially on data centers, while also providing a great opportunity for software-defined networking, as the number of applications running in and for the cloud will increase.
Researchers over at University of Aberdeen are working on an innovative project whereby they aim to increase the performance of the Internet not by increasing the bandwidth but by reducing latency.