When IPv4 addresses ran out a few years ago, IPv6 had already been designed to help fill the void and ensure there would be more than enough IP addresses to go around for years to come, if not forever.
IT leaders who have been awaiting the release of the new Windows 10 operating system can circle their calendars for late July. That is the word from CNET, which cited Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su.
AMD has announced that it will exit the dense server business.
The search giant plans to eventually propose its QUIC transport protocol to the IETF.
At the RSA Conference this morning, networking vendor Huawei took the wrapping off of its latest firewall and advanced persistent threat prevention solution.
Networks aren't getting any less complex.
Fewer computers than expected will be reading "Intel Inside" this year, as the chip giant reported yesterday that sales for the first quarter are flat.
Even if you haven't switched your networking architecture over to IPv6 yet, chances are you're already using it elsewhere.
Even as enterprises embrace software-defined networking, there's still some confusion about what SDN is--and, maybe even more importantly, what it is not.
Software-defined networking vendor IP Infusion is the latest to release a networking operating system, or NOS, based on the Open Compute Project. IP Infusion's OcNOS isn't its first NOS, but the company typically focuses on serving the OEM market with its products instead of heading to the public with its announcements.