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Beware the black market rising for IP addresses
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Organizations slow to adopt IPv6 take heed: Surging requests for IPv4 addresses are quickly drying up the available store, raising the specter of an IPv4 black market that could dramatically increase the cost of obtaining a presence on today's Internet. More


Should ISP change their subcriber contract for IPv6?
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Can ISP re-use their IPv4 business model for IPv6? Eric Vyncke sees more and more residential ISP moving to IPv6, most of them seem to simply import their IPv4 business model into IPv4. More



Carrier Ethernet market still growing, study shows
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Making a call using a mobile device over a wireless cellular network is so commonplace today that it's easy to forget the huge networks, comprising wires, cell towers, routers, switches and data centers, that power those calls. As it turns out, one of the oldest wired networking standards, Ethernet, is at the center of the service provider infrastructure, even to support mobile connections, mainly along mobile microwave backhaul links. More


Demystifying WiMAX public key infrastructure for operators and device vendors
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Since the first historical mobile WiMAX network deployment by Clear over a year ago, there have been more than 600 WiMAX networks worldwide which have either commercially launched or have entered into a planning/pre-deployment stage. For new devices (WiMAX Forum Certified or other devices) entering a Greenfield network, or for new devices entering an existing live mobile WiMAX network, the network operator, the device manufacturer or both need to comply with the WiMAX Forum defined Public Key Infrastructure requirements. More


Clearwire preps for the possibility of moving from WiMAX to LTE
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Clearwire is rolling out WiMAX fast. By the end of the year, it anticipates reaching 120 million people and will be offering two 4G phones—one from HTC, the other from Samsung. But in the inevitability that WiMAX doesn't pan out as the prevailing 4G standard, Clearwire's paving the way to make the switch easier from WiMAX to LTE. More

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Smart grid standards must come first
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Technology adoption is all about standards. To succeed with consumers, one firm's gadget often has to work with other gadgets from other firms. Technology moves so quickly that standards set by committees usually come too late. Instead, the industry organizes itself around de-facto standards championed by single firms with the clout to make them stick. For example, as Intel has done with microprocessors. More


Note to CSPs: Don't reinvent the wheel
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It's definitely not the best of times to be a communications service provider. With stiff competition coming from traditional rivals and upstart players, the immediate need to slash operating costs or risk financial catastrophe coupled with having to invest in more bandwidth and the strong requirement to come up with new lines of business to hang onto existing customers and make inroads with new ones, providers are finding themselves stretched in every possible direction almost to the breaking point. More


Time Warner Cable to test IPTV in Los Angeles?
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Time Warner Cable is preparing to pilot an IP video service based on the Microsoft Mediaroom platform in Los Angeles, according to reports in Light Reading Cable. The report adds that it is still unknown when the MSO plans to launch the test (it is speculated that it may be later this year) or how large the trials will be, but quotes people familiar with the matter as saying that Time Warner Cable intends to apply the results of the trial to a larger IP video migration project which is already well underway. More
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