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Well, a modem WAS connected to SOMETHING

By Sharky, Computerworld | Apr 27, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

NBN speed tiers: all we need to know to select a best Australian NBN plan

Australia’s inhabitant broadband network (NBN) rollout is solemnly speeding up, with over 5 million premises already bending up to fixed-lines services – that’s an normal of about 250,000 homes and businesses apropos NBN-ready any month.  NBN Co aims to use 60% of a nation by 2020, definition some-more and some-more people will need to know what a new broadband use ... Read More »

Cisco’s New Network Management

Network World | Jun 20, 2017 Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins on intent-based networking Read More »

Cisco claims it can find malware in encrypted data

Cisco has suggested a new networking resolution that it claims is one of a many poignant breakthroughs ever made, ushering in an intelligent network that can recognize and forestall confidence threats as they occur – and even spot out malware in encrypted traffic. Based on years of investigate and development, this is all partial of a shift from hardware-centric networking ... Read More »

NBN upgrading visual movement network to double capacity

Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) association has announced partnering with Coriant to boost a ability of a fibre-optic movement network in response to augmenting trade and demand, obscure a cost per bit. Coriant, an optical, IP, and software-defined networking (SDN) solutions provider formed in Munich, pronounced it would use a CloudWave Optics software-programmable network resolution to yield per-wavelength delivery speeds ... Read More »

Risky Brits saving income by ‘borrowing’ Wi-Fi

A uninformed square of investigate has found that one in 7 people in a UK have ‘borrowed’ someone else’s Wi-Fi since they can’t means their possess internet connection. ‘Borrowing’, as tangible by a investigate – that was carried out by Santander – means unctuous onto a neighbour’s Wi-Fi tie (without permission) in 5% of cases (and 14% of cases when ... Read More »

NNNCo announces rural IoT network

Australia’s National Narrowband Network Company (NNNCo) has announced that it will be combining a joint-venture association called Connected Country to erect and conduct a national long-range wide-area network (LoRaWAN) Internet of Things (IoT) network in partnership with Discover Ag. Connected Country’s Rural IoT Network is directed during providing low-cost connectivity to farmers to capacitate them to muster IoT inclination and ... Read More »

NBN deliberation deploying third satellite

NBN CEO Bill Morrow and Communications Minister Mitch Fifield during Senate Estimates National Broadband Network (NBN) CEO Bill Morrow has pronounced a association is looking into several options to urge a satellite connectors following widespread complaints about overload and delayed speeds. In response to requests from Communications Minister Mitch Fifield and Regional Communications Minister Fiona Nash to urge a Sky ... Read More »

Bharti Airtel gaining some-more active users than Reliance Jio

Ever given a launch of Reliance Jio, Airtel has been losing on many metrics. However, a new research by Goldman Sachs suggested that Airtel is behind on lane to keep a mislaid glory. In April, India’s heading telecom user Bharti Airtel was means to supplement some-more active users than a opposition Reliance Jio for a initial time given a launch ... Read More »

Book Review: Practical Packet Analysis: Using Wireshark to Solve Real-World Network Problems

The altogether equation is flattering simple: If we wish to know network traffic, we unequivocally should implement Wireshark. And, if we unequivocally wish to use Wireshark effectively, we should cruise this book. Already in a third edition, Practical Packet Analysis both explains how Wireshark works and provides consultant superintendence on how we can use a apparatus to solve real-world network ... Read More »