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IETF 92: Shaping the Future of The New IP

Late last month I attended the 92nd meeting of the IETF, the Internet Engineering Task Force. For those unfamiliar, the IETF is an international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers. It’s open to any interested individual, and most of its work is conducted over the Internet. The mission of the IETF is to: […]

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Broccoli Technologies: They’re Good For All of Us

This article was written for The New IP, and appeared there under the title “IPv4 vs. IPv6 in the New IP” on 6 March, 2015. As you may have noticed, I tend to (re)post everything I write here on my personal blog. This time I’ve decided to publish this article here with it’s original title, […]

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The Crystal Ball of Predictive Data

Can real-time data, from the Internet of Things and elsewhere, be used to accurately predict some aspects of the future? It may not be as far fetched as it sounds, and major companies are already banking on it.

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Chris and Jan at v6 World Congress 2014

I’m on the road again! After a week at home following a great IETF 89 in London, it’s time to head to Paris for the 2014 edition of v6 World Congress. This year’s event is focused on Large Scale IPv6 Deployments, Content Providers Strategies, and the Internet of Things: The 2014 edition will place particular […]

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