IPv6

Hurricane Electric Expands into Metro Atlanta at Colo Atl

Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, has established in downtown Atlanta a second Point-of-Presence (PoP) at Colo Atl. With Hurricane Electric’s further expansion into Metro Atlanta, Colo Atl customers have access to increased bandwidth options for the delivery of next generation IP services at an a flat-rate with a fixed amount of bandwidth

Telehouse Extends NYIIX Connectivity to 165 Halsey

Telehouse announced the expansion of its New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX) into 165 Halsey Street in Newark, New Jersey beginning in February 2014. The addition of 165 Halsey brings NYIIX to a total of six robust locations within the New York City Metro area, which include: 85 10th Avenue 7 Teleport Drive 60 Hudson

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,

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

IPv4 Address Shortage is a Reality – ‘Prepare Now’ Says Berkeley Research Group (BRG)

“Failure to plan ahead will no doubt prove costly when it comes to the IPv4 address shortage.” According to BRG’s Chairman and Principal Executive Officer, David J. Teece, navigating the dynamic business environments such as IPv4 address procurement and IPv6 migration requires a combination of industry and technical expertise. A provider of intellectual property and

Delivered to the Industry in a “SNAP” – Southeast Network Access Point is Now Open!

Today we are excited to introduce you to the Southeast Network Access Point (SNAP), a leading provider of next-generation Internet Exchange (IX) solutions. Located in Colo Atl’s Atlanta, Georgia facility, the brand new exchange point will offer neutral Internet exchange services for all categories of Internet Service Providers, Content Service Providers, Cloud Service Providers, Academic

What's Your IPv6 Strategy?

In a recent Network World article I noted that… A seamless IPv6 transition requires a systemized approach that leverages deep telecom and IP network knowledge across multi-vendors and technologies. This systematic approach is critical to developing an efficient, comprehensive and hassle-free IPv6 implementation plan, design and execution. Moreover, it is key to facilitating a smooth

By |2012-09-24T17:15:40-04:00September 24th, 2012|Internet, Internet Protocols, IPv6, Telecom, Telecommunications|0 Comments

A Company to Watch: Network Utility Force is Engineering the Networks of Tomorrow

Understanding your network needs is not a simple task. Today’s networks are robust, complex and always changing. With these challenges in mind, Network Utility Force (NUF) was founded in 2011 to address infrastructure problems. NUF has designed, deployed and managed large networks around the world using a variety of technologies, including high speed DWDM, WiFi,

The IPv6 Bandwagon Has Left the Station; But Who is Onboard?

The IPv6 movement has been years in the making. So many years, in fact, that it has hardly been a movement at all.  While a handful of regions, primarily in Asia and pockets of Europe, have embraced IPv6, it has been otherwise largely ignored, something to be considered later while we exhaust IPv4 assets. This

Friday Review: IP 4 relief

This great article by Nick Wood originally appeared on Total Telecom. World celebrates official switch-on of new Internet protocol, and two of the U.K.'s biggest names in mobile get cosy. 6 June will forever go down in history as the day when the free world came together...to invade Nazi-held France via the beaches of Normandy in

Enterprise Networking: IPv6: 10 Things You Didn`t Know About Internet Protocols

This article was originally posted at eweek.com. The Internet Society, an international nonprofit organization that advises on Web standards, policy and education, has selected June 6, 2012, as the World IPv6 launch day. This date will mark the beginning of a new phase in the life of the Internet, when IPv6 begins to become a normal part

TELEHOUSE America Welcomes Hurricane Electric to Chelsea

The world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and leading colocation provider, Hurricane Electric, has expanded its network to TELEHOUSE America’s New York Chelsea data center. Located in Chelsea at 85 10th Avenue, the TELEHOUSE Chelsea Center boasts best-in-class N+1 power infrastructure and multiple layer security measures to make it a strategic location for wholesale, enterprise, service

IPv6 – Everything You Need to Know – In Pictures!

The IPv6 movement has been years in the making. So many, in fact, that it has hardly been a “movement” at all – but for a few players with the foresight to embrace its inevitability. And for those early adapters, will come the spoils – Cisco recently reported that there will be over 3 billion

Inteliquent Expands into TELEHOUSE New York Chelsea

Offering High Quality Global Interconnectivity Solutions TELEHOUSE New York Chelsea just got a little more global today! TELEHOUSE America, the United States' leading provider of dedicated data centers, international Internet exchanges, and managed IT services, announces today that Inteliquent (Nasdaq: IQNT), formerly known as Neutral Tandem/Tinet and a leading provider of global interconnection and interoperability

Tinet Establishes Presence in Phoenix, Extending Its Global IP & Ethernet Network into the Phoenix NAP Datacenter

Ending the year 2010 with yet another high point is global carrier Tinet as the company further expands its presence in North America. Today, the company announces its deployment of a Point of Presence (PoP) within the Phoenix NAP, a next-generation datacenter and network access point.  Tinet, a Neutral Tandem company (Nasdaq: TNDM) and a

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