Companies such as Cisco and Singapore Internet Exchange share their journeys in switching to new protocol but the effort and costs committed represents major reason why others avoid making the move.
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China and Japan leading region in migrating to new protocol while India and South Korea lagging behind, with user mentality and service availability main reasons for slow uptake, observers note.
State-owned telco BSNL to set up telecommunication links including Internet in all Indian villages to bring e-services to rural, far-flung areas, report says.
Wireless LAN infrastructure continues to grow, up 14 percent year over year. Market research firm Dell'Oro breaks down the numbers.
Today's data-intensive network world means operators need to adopt service-first attitude toward assessing network functions and differentiating service offerings, say insiders, who add MPLS still plays key role.
IT infrastructure library guidelines remain relevant but need more examples on implementation and reflect current trends such as cloud and mobility, urge observers.
Wi-Fi services relatively cheap and easy to deploy, but security, legal implications and network that cater to needs more important to retailers when deciding to provide service, insiders say.
Country earmarks US$85.5 million to set up secure fixed and wireless network and online services in bid to ensure secured government communication.
National authentication framework and "first national two-factor authentication device" now available, but initial uptake includes just three companies and adoption expected to ramp up slowly, say execs.
Networking equipment maker's plan to cut 23 percent of global workforce by 2013 will help it save US$1.34 billion as it focuses on mobile broadband and services, company says.
Cloud computing and IT consumerization will influence business transformation and in turn, security trends, say Symantec execs.
IT productivity, security and energy efficiency presenting "invisible" challenges to enterprise networks which companies will need to address, says Cisco exec.
Routers can make or break user experience of connected devices but not many realize role routers play in supporting home networks, notes Cisco exec.
Chinese networking vendor confident about expansion into enterprise market but analysts say paradigm shift will be biggest hurdle amid more established competitors in region.
We take stock of Singapore government's Intelligent Nation 2015 and find out how organizations in the island-state have adopted ICT to drive business growth and innovation.
Making computer hacking part of the curriculum can help groom all-rounded security professionals, but law and ethics must be emphasized in tandem, say experts.
Launched nearly 10 months ago, 3G services not picking up demand amid customer complaints about slow speeds and patchy connectivity. Some subscribers have even returned to 2G networks.
Rapid network growth in region and receptivity toward hosted offerings makes Brocade's new subscription-based networking service relevant for Asia-Pacific, says Singapore-based exec.
Choosing inappropriate applications and focusing mainly on virtualizing infrastructure are some mistakes companies make when moving to the cloud, experts say.
Country's Telecom Commission proposes to extend fiber optic network to reach rural village areas in hope of boosting economy and uptake of e-government services, says minister.
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