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OpenDNS: It's Not SiteFinder for Obvious Reasons
Topic: Computer Networking 7:52 pm EDT, Jul 10, 2006

The first salvo on NANOG this morning in response to the launch of OpenDNS was a predictable lambasting along the lines of “here comes SiteFinder II”.

OpenDNS: It's Not SiteFinder for Obvious Reasons

College bans to save bandwidth
Topic: Computer Networking 7:50 pm EDT, Apr 24, 2006

Del Mar College students who want to surf their online social scene at will have to use computers outside the school's system.

I'm highly skeptical that surfing traffic is eating 40% of their pipe...

College bans to save bandwidth

802.11n Gets the Green Light
Topic: Computer Networking 1:36 pm EST, Jan 20, 2006

802.11n wireless LAN got a green light from the IEEE Thursday when its task group voted to make the Enhanced Wireless Consortium (EWC) proposal its first draft.

802.11n Gets the Green Light

IPv6: Extinction, Evolution or Revolution?
Topic: Computer Networking 2:12 pm EST, Jan  8, 2006

For some years now the general uptake of IPv6 has appeared to be “just around the corner”. Yet the Internet industry has so far failed to pick up and run with this message, and it continues to be strongly reluctant to make any substantial widespread commitment to deploy IPv6. Some carriers are now making some initial moves in terms of migrating their internet infrastructure over to a dual protocol network, but for many others it’s a case of still watching and waiting for what they think is the optimum time to make a move.

Gold star.

IPv6: Extinction, Evolution or Revolution?

Internet lampposts to be trialled
Topic: Computer Networking 3:05 pm EST, Jan  4, 2006

Smart lampposts that could provide high-speed internet access are set to go on trial in Scotland.


Internet lampposts to be trialled

Whither DNS?
Topic: Computer Networking 12:57 pm EDT, Sep 21, 2005

The Domain Name System is often though of as an integral part of the Internet. Without it, how can you ever locate anything?

Well, quite easily, thank you very much.

Interesting take.

Maybe DNS will fade into irrelevance between search and bad management (ICANN). I've started to think that it is maybe bad design that end users ever see hostnames.

Whither DNS?

Motorola WiMax/4G
Topic: Computer Networking 4:02 pm EDT, Jul 27, 2005

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - 25 July 2005 - Motorola Inc. (NYSE:MOT), a global leader in wireless communications and mobility, has expanded its strategic focus to bring comprehensive WiMAX (802.16e) solutions quickly to market to fulfill the rapidly growing demand for fixed and mobile wireless broadband solutions. The initiative includes a combination of increased R&D, resources, and technology relationships; and the introduction of the Moto Wi4 product portfolio that will take operators to the 4th generation of mobile wireless networks.

It sorta sounds like they're talking about a pure IP cell network.

Motorola WiMax/4G

Motorola and Cisco Announce Cell/WiFi Roaming
Topic: Computer Networking 3:58 pm EDT, Jul 27, 2005

SCHAUMBURG, IL., 26 July 2005 – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) today announced that it is joining forces with Cisco Systems to deliver a seamless enterprise mobility solution that will include Wireless Local Area Networking (WLAN) Internet Protocol (IP) telephony and cellular phone technologies. By blending key features and benefits of mobile cellular, 802.11 wireless and enterprise fixed networks, the Motorola-Cisco solution will provide a single mobile communications device that bridges the physical and virtual-office environments to enable anytime, anywhere communications for mobile business professionals.

About bloody time!

Motorola and Cisco Announce Cell/WiFi Roaming

End System Multicast (ESM)
Topic: Computer Networking 12:06 pm EST, Mar 28, 2005

] End System Multicast (ESM) is a peer to peer video
] streaming system that:
] * runs on your desktop computer
] * can stream high quality video (300kbps-1mbit) to
] hundreds or thousands of simultaneous users
] * doesn't cost a dime!

End System Multicast (ESM)

Keep Voice Off the Internet
Topic: Computer Networking 2:40 pm EST, Feb  9, 2005

] Opinion: The new VOIP Security Alliance worries about
] threats from the Internet, but should you even be there?

This is idiotic.

Keep Voice Off the Internet

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