Fujitsu develops new solution for smooth datacenter migration to IPv6 networks
Fujitsu today announced that it has developed the SA46T/SA46T-AS Datacenter Solutions, a technology enabling datacenters to migrate smoothly from IPv4 to IPv6. This technology is based on SA46T, which makes it possible to ...
New Internet standard gives global network room to grow (Update)
A new Internet standard giving the global network more room to grow came into effect Wednesday, a move that users probably won't notice.
Web players enlist for coordinated June 6 launch of IPv6
Next-generation Internet addresses tested
A worldwide test was under way on Wednesday of the next generation of Internet addresses designed to replace the dwindling pool of 4.3 billion unique identifiers in the original system.
Cyber security team creates winning network security product
A team from the Virginia Tech Information Technology Security Laboratory and Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering won third place in the 2011 National Security Innovation Competition sponsored by the ...
Internet address warehouse empty
The global warehouse for Internet addresses ran empty on Thursday.
The last batches of IPv4 internet addresses will be distributed Thursday
(AP) -- The spread of Internet use in Asia and the proliferation of Internet-connected phones worldwide are causing the Internet to run out of numerical addresses, which act as "phone numbers" to ensure that surfers reach ...
Internet exhausting addresses, but no IPocalypse
The Internet is running out of addresses. With everything from smartphones to Internet-linked appliances and cars getting online, the group entrusted with organizing the Web is running out of the "IP" numbers ...
World 'running out of Internet addresses'
The world will run out of Internet addresses "within weeks", according to one of the founding fathers of the web, a report said Friday.
World IPv6 Day test runs 24 hours starting June 8
IPv6 guide provides path to secure deployment of next-generation Internet protocol
As the day draws nearer for the world to run out of the unique addresses that allow us to use the Internetnow predicted to happen by the end of 2012researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology ...
First Test Labs for Next-Generation Internet Protocol (IPv6) Are Accredited
The first two laboratories have recently completed accreditation to provide testing services for the USGv6 Program. The USGv6 Program, developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, provides the basis for ...