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2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack.
2009-12-14 Wireless MCUs suit Zigbee, IPv6/6LoWPAN apps
Atmel debuts a new family of AVR wireless microcontroller devices designed for wireless applications such as Zigbee and IPv6/6LoWPAN.
2007-09-27 Verizon commences part two of IPv6 transition
The second phase of Verizon Business' global rollout of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) that uses an existing Multiprotocol Label Switching network as the platform for "dual-stack" IPv4/v6 is now underway.
2012-05-09 Tips on IPv6 testing
Know the causes of poor IPv6 compatibility and how to address them.
2007-10-30 Test tool 'first' to validate IPTV QoE on IPv6 nets
Agilent Technologies claims its N2X multiservices test solution is the industry's first test solution for validating IPTV service quality for thousands of subscribers on IPv6 network architectures.
2005-06-01 Scale Routing for Next-Gen IPv6 Networks
A pipelined organization of embedded memories promises greater scalability in the performance and density of Forwarding Information Bases (FIBs
2007-04-04 RTI integrates IPv6 support in middleware
Real-Time Innovations Inc. has incorporated IPv6 support into its RTI Data Distribution Service middleware.
2011-05-05 Quad-core processor offers IPv6 capability
NetLogic unveils the XLP316 processor that features a quad-core, 16-issue, 16-threaded, superscalar processor architecture at up to 2.0GHz.
2010-09-20 Pre-packaged test content accelerates IPv6 testing
Mu Dynamics and the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab, have just announced the availability of pre-packaged IPv6 test content for use by network equipment manufacturers, Tier-1 global service providers and government agencies.
2004-12-27 Nortel Ethernet switch gains first certification for IPv6
Nortel Networks Inc. announced that its Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 has passed the Phase II Internet Protocol Version 6 validation test at the University of New Hampshire's Interoperability Testing Lab.
2011-06-01 Migration to IPv6 gains steam
New IPv6 systems made by Tier One OEMs and powered by NL11k processors will soon ship to support increased IPv6 traffic with typical configurations handling up to 33 percent native IPv6 traffic.
2003-10-03 Matsushita IPv6 module eyes consumer apps
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd has announced the development of an IPv6 module that meets the requirements for consumer electronics systems.
2010-10-20 Knowledge-based processor supports IPv6 networks
NetLogic debuts NL10k knowledge-based processor, capable of 1.6 billion decisions per second
2010-04-08 Is IPv6 ready for prime time?
It may sound arcane but without support for the latest version of the Internet Protocol, the rapid expansion of people and devices trying to link to the Internet could hit a major speed bump.
2005-12-01 IPv6: Questions answered
Here are answers to common questions on IPv6 that will help dispel doubts surrounding the technology.
2011-09-14 IPv6 solution ensures infrastructure security
The Peakflow SP 5.6 combines network-wide anomaly detection and traffic monitoring, while maintaining performance.
2008-02-22 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack tipped for embedded networking
Express Logic has announced the availability of NetX Duo, an IPv4 and IPv6 dual TCP/IP stack that works with both protocols.
2005-12-13 IEEE-USA chief calls for IPv6 adoption
Adoption of a next-generation Internet Protocol by China, Japan and South Korea and other Asian countries should raised questions about U.S. innovation policy, the president of IEEE-USA told an IPv6 conference.
2005-05-05 Huawei licenses NextHop GateD Multicast IPv6 routing software
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd has added NextHop Technologies Inc.'s GateD Multicast IPv6 routing software to extend its existing software license from NextHop.
2010-04-09 High costs, IPv6 slow down 100GbE adoption
Big telecommunications providers are craving for higher density systems, but are concerned about the high costs of the first 100GbE systems coming this year and the need to transition to IPv6.
2004-04-29 Greenfield targets IPv6 with packet engines
Greenfield Networks is out to prove that plenty can be done in enterprise and carrier Ethernet switching that is not subject to commodity pricing.
2007-12-06 GPON residential gateway enables Gbit/s IPv4, IPv6 routing
PMC-Sierra's MSP7160 GPON residential gateway delivers gigabit-per-second IPv4 or IPv6 routing, NAT and QoS features.
2009-08-25 Ethernet switch packs IPv6 support
Diversified Technology Inc.'s new switch is a PICMG 2.16-compliant CompactPCI-managed Ethernet switch.
2003-09-19 Embedded Networking with IPv6
This application note introduces IPv6 and describes how to use it with the silicon software resident in a DS80C400 microcontroller.
2003-04-25 Elmic Systems enters the IPv6 Forum
Elmic Systems Inc. has joined the IPv6 forum.
2004-07-29 Cypress NSE IC gets a bead on IPv6 problems
Cypress' latest family of NSE chips address the larger lookup and classification requirements of emerging IPv6-enabled networking designs.
2004-08-25 Companies enable SNMP management in IPv4/IPv6 designs
SNMP Research international has inked a partnership deal with protocol stack developer Interpeak AB, under which the companies will bring SNMP management capabilities to IPv4/IPv6 networking designs.
2005-12-08 CompactPCI Ethernet boards switch IPv6 packets
Radstone Technology's PICMG2.16-compliant boards, pluggable into CompactPCI slots, will nicely support the emerging Internet IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) definitions, with its 128-bit addressing scheme.
2005-01-04 China devises first core router for IPv6 networks
China has developed and demonstrated its first high-performance network core router based on the next-generation Internet standard known as IPv6, which the country officially inaugurated.
2005-09-20 Asia Netcom to provide IPv6 at 2005 World Expo
Asia Netcom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chinese incumbent telecommunications service provider, China Netcom, will play a vital part in an experiment to demonstrate the ability of the next-generation Internet to enable high-quality video communications worldwide.
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