IPv6: The Little Protocol That Could
- KOREA THRUNET TO DEPLOY CISCO-BASED IP NETWORK FOR CABLE. // Worldwide Telecom;May2000, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p1
Announces that Korea Thrunet Co. Ltd., a provider of Internet service over cable in Seoul, South Korea, will deploy an Internet protocol infrastructure from Cisco Systems Inc.
- Will Route Control Change The Internet? Brothick, Sandy // Business Communications Review;Sep2002, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p20
No abstract available.
- Optical access architecture for delivering IP-based services. Lembre, Per // Lightwave;Jun2000, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p128
Predicts that Internet service providers and application service providers will offer advance services to customers using a converged Internet Protocol-based optical network. Deployment of fiber technology to business complexes, industrial parks and residential buildings; Application of the...
- The QOS Conundrum. Wexler, Joanie // Business Communications Review;Apr2001, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p48
Focuses on the factors which led to the market failure of Internet Protocol service classes in the United States. Status of the quality of service industry; Emphasis on market demand; Emergence of third-party overlay networks.
- Vendors team up on IP settlements. Vittore, Vince // Telephony;09/07/98, Vol. 235 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on the alliance among several Internet service providers to support a standard for inter-domain authentication, authorization and accounting. Provisions of the proposed open settlement protocol; List of Internet access service providers that support the protocol; Important features of...
- Blocking data for a good cause. Bradner, Scott // Network World;06/07/99, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p50
Focuses on Internet service providers' blocking or controlling of their customers' abilities to use some protocols. Limits on the use of electronic mail; Use of free testing account.
- Evolving to IP. Pickett, Scott // America's Network;03/01/99, Vol. 103 Issue 4, pS-26
Discusses the importance of migrating from existing circuit-switched services to services based on the Internet Protocol (IP) for carriers and services providers to increase competitive IP market. Benefits of the tactic; How to keep pace with change; Issues that may be faced by remote offices...
- Multicast services shape up. Kopf, David // America's Network;01/01/98, Vol. 102 Issue 1, p42
Discusses how Internet protocol (IP) multicast services technology opened up a range of services to Internet service providers (ISP) in the United States. GTE Internetworking's unveiling of ProVision, a combined quality of service and multicast offering; Multicast service for ProVision;...
- KEEPING A STEP ahead. Coombs, Donald // Telephony;09/18/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 12, p80
Focuses on the need of service providers to improve their services. Benefits offered by Internet Protocol (IP) networks to service providers; Advice for seeking IP resource management and provisioning challenges; Approach for provisioning subscribers.