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Abyss Web Server X1

Abyss Web Server X1 is a free Web server available for Windows, MacOS X and Linux. Despite its small footprint, it supports secure...

December 9, 2014 By Aprelium Technologies

IPv6 picks up steam

Slowly, ever so slowly, IPv6 adoption is starting to gain momentum, but we need to start moving to it before mobile devices and the Internet of Things leaves us scrambling for the last few IPv4 Internet addresses.

October 21, 2014 by

Ability Mail Server

Ability Mail Server is an advanced, secure and high performing mail server. Featuring SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, WebMail, Remote Admin, LDAP,...

November 26, 2014 By Code-Crafters


LionFTP is a FREE FTP, FTPS, and SFTP client. It lets you manage and transfer files between your computers and servers securely and...

October 9, 2014 By ATP

Google, Facebook and others prepare for IPv6 test day

Google, Facebook, Yahoo and several networking companies will on Wednesday carry out a massive test of IPv6, the new version of the internet protocol that allows 340 trillion trillion trillion IP addresses, rather than the 4.3 billion IP addresses possible with IPv4.

June 7, 2011 by

Lack of IPv6 mobiles not worrying

Dearth of IPv6-compliant smart devices in the market is not cause for worry as IPv4 will be still be supported, analyst says, adding that mobile Web usage will drive adoption of the new protocol.

February 11, 2011 by

How IPv6 will work as IPv4 wanes

The stock of internet addresses based on IPv4 is on the brink of exhaustion, so IPv6 expert Tim Chown explores what will happen now organisations must face the switch

February 2, 2011 by

Asia gets IPv4 breather

The Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC) has received two large blocks of IPv4 addresses with another promised to it, giving businesses in the region that are in the midst of their IPv6 migration somewhat of a breather. However, this is mere respite and the agency is urging the internet community to heed its migration call.

February 1, 2011 by

IPv4 rationing kicks into high gear in Asia

Three blocks of IPv4 addresses will be assigned to Asia-Pacific Network Information Center in coming days, but the agency reiterates that migrating to IPv6 is still the "only means" for sustainable Web growth.

February 1, 2011 by

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