Internet Protocols

Net Neutrality Vote is In: So is this Good or Bad for Telecom? We Want to Hear From You!

The ruling we’ve been waiting for is now in the books: the FCC, in a 3-2 vote today, approved the measure to remove the net neutrality rules it put into effect two years ago, preventing Internet providers from blocking and throttling traffic and offering paid fast lanes. Specifically, the FCC is removing the rules barring

CENX to Provide Closed-Loop Intelligence Across Multiple Verizon Platforms, Boosting NFV Service Assurance

CENX, a next-gen software company offering service assurance solutions for mobile, wireline and cloud data center service providers, announced a new partnership with Verizon at Mobile World Congress.   CENX will deliver a unified view of the state of physical and virtual components across multiple Verizon networks and data centers, boosting NFV service assurance with end-to-end

The Future of Streaming Depends on IP Services Excellence

Eric Contag, President and CEO of GlobeNet In the past few years, the transition from legacy services to IP services has surged significantly within the video and entertainment industries, due to the onset of a variety of emerging technologies. Over-The-Top (OTT), Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are the newcomers that demand top-tier data

NYI Celebrates 20 Years

The past 20 years are full of technology milestones and innovations. Looking back here are just a few: - Amazon introduced its 1-Click feature, which enabled customers to securely store their credit card info and make purchases with a single tap of their mouse - Apple introduced the iPhone - We also got Uber, formed

Want Strong Internet Performance? Peer Your Traffic.

Harald A. Summa, DE-CIX CEO, Explains the Importance of Peering Internet users hate it if phone calls and videos are choppy or cut off due to poor quality; advertisers really dislike it when viewers can’t see the ads they paid so much money for. In times of exponentially growing Internet traffic and more sophisticated and

RCN Business Deploys 330 Mbps Internet Tier Across New York Market

The Internet in New York City just got faster thanks to RCN Business, a communications provider delivering network solutions for voice, data and video. The company announces today it has deployed 330 Mbps Internet service across its New York City business market. The increased speed enables small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to utilize greater amounts of

DE-CIX Applauds FCC’s Decision on Net Neutrality

DE-CIX today announced its support of the decision by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act of 1934. In FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s words, the policy dictates “that no one – whether government or corporate – should control free open

DE-CIX and ENISA Study Outlines Threats to a Secure Internet

DE-CIX and the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) have announced the development of the study Threat Landscape and Good Practice Guide for Internet Infrastructure. With the help of DE-CIX, ENISA investigated the threat assessment for varying levels of the Internet ecosystem and examined the specific threat exposures for each. Internet users

#NetNeutrality: Where Do You Stand?

UPDATE at 1:30 PM EST: FCC approves Net Neutrality rules for 'Open Internet.' You can read more on the breaking news here.   It's not news that the Net Neutrality ruling has been a hot trending topic in the telecom space for the past year.  Last month, it was stated that the FCC was expecting to have a

Growth Continues for DE-CIX New York as it Begins the Internet Exchange Certification Process and Names First Member of its Customer Advisory Board

DE-CIX announced today that it has begun the certification process for DE-CIX New York to become Open-IX certified, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Open-IX Association in San Antonio, Texas on February 3rd while attending NANOG 63. DE-CIX has followed the growth of Open-IX Association (OIX) over the years and has now taken the

DE-CIX Brings Its Carrier-Neutral Internet Exchange to New York

DE-CIX is coming to the Big Apple!  Announced today, DE-CIX will soon establish Internet exchanges across the U.S. with its first stop in NYC.  This new ‘gaming-changing’ carrier neutral Internet exchange is slated to boost the nation’s digital infrastructure.  As an expert in operating successful Internet exchanges and peering hubs, DE-CIX will deploy a similar

IPv4 Market Jitters: Are NATs the Answer?

Publications discussing  the upcoming transition to the new IPv6 addressing system have revealed mounting notes of anxiety regarding the economics and service impact of the global shortage of IPv4 addresses. Common themes of concern have been expressed in various articles and comments,  many which have implications for the top and bottom lines of ISPs, clouds,

DE-CIX's New 100G Optical Layer Build Enables Customers To Leverage Robust Peering Backbone

DE-CIX, announced today that it has deployed four supernodes across the city of Frankfurt to support its new flagship DE-CIX Apollon platform.   This will complete the optical backbone of Apollon, making it the utmost in reliability and scalability. As the world’s largest and most advanced Ethernet platform, Apollon now delivers a total capacity of 12Tbps

Berkeley Research Group Releases Definitive Paper on Network Address Translation (NAT) Systems

The paper is the first installment in a series that will address critical IPv4 migration problems and potential solutions; it is free to download. Berkeley Research Group, LLC announced that it has released the first in a series of white papers that will address the critical issues surrounding IPv4 migration, including IPv4 address shortage problems and solutions.

Network World Article Explores IPv4 Migration Jitters

Network World - Publications discussing the transition to the IPv6 addressing system have revealed mounting anxiety regarding the economics and service impact of the global shortage of IPv4 addresses. Common concerns have implications for the top and bottom lines of ISPs, clouds, hosting services and other service providers for interconnected pathways. Taken together, the following perceptions suggest a

Inerail Expands Services into TELEHOUSE New York Chelsea

TELEHOUSE America announces that Inerail has moved into TELEHOUSE America’s Chelsea data center, located at 85 10th Avenue. Inerail is a managed Internet services provider, specializing in IP transit, data center colocation, disaster recovery, and hosted services. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, Inerail connects to multiple upstream network providers to ensure a stable and reliable connection.

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