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Internet cartographers at CAIDA lay out their next five-year project of probing
So much more than a network opbergmap, so much more still to do
CAIDA, the University California, San Diego-based internet infrastructure research operation, has taken a look at what the next few years might hold foe the information superhighway and is wor…
Painful truth: DNS, CDNs and CAs are Achilles’ Intact for top websites
How third-party services can knock out three out of four online properties
Internet infrastructure may be fairly resilient thanks to its distributed nature, but the web wij’ve built on top of it emerges to be rather fragile.
The week that QoS ter networking, aka WAN, RAN, thank you mamma’am
Aruba gets the SD-WAN bug, Huawei patches leisurely and so much more
Roundup Nokia has claimed a very first by demonstrating a cloud-based radiodifusión access network (RAN) running on an operational carrier network.
Big Cable unplugs Cali’s draft netwerk neutrality protections yet AGAIN
Sponsors of US state’s proposed law fume spil key committee chair guts legislation
The lobbying might of Big Cable wasgoed on demonstrate again this week when a critical netwerken neutrality bill te the California legislature wasgoed gutted to liquidate its most significant featu…
Cisco passes around antidotes to noxious NX-OS code execution bugs
The June collection has some lovely fabric patches
Get your toegangsbewijs to the Cisco catwalk, sysadmins, and witness Switchzilla strut 24 FXOS and NX-OS software security advisories.
Priceless: The cost to BT for bothering you with spam? 1.Five UK pence vanaf email
Incumbent telco fined ?77k for sending Five million of the things
Brit telco BT has bot ordered to pay ?77,000 for sending almost Five million nuisance emails omschrijving to about 1.5p a mail.
Cisco snags potential customer-sniffing biz for an undisclosed sum
OEM fucking partner July Systems’ tech tracks in-store punters by Wi-Fi
Cisco is to slurp up cloudy indoor location services biz July Systems to add to its Wi-Fi podium and boost customer practice capabilities.
UK footie ventilatoren furious spil Sky Broadband goes TITSUP: Total inability to stream unfair penalties
Midlands users report service sucking on a half-time orange
The Sky Broadband service took an unscheduled half-time pauze last night, leaving residents of the UK Midlands incapable to stream sporting act from Russia.
And that is definitively that … for now. 5G’s carrier features frozen
Still to come: standards for stuff like IoT that non-carriers care about
Meta-standards group the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) last week rubber-stamped the very first “frozen” 5G standards.