By Rupert Goodwins
| February 8, 1997 -- 08:00 GMT (00:00 PST)
| Topic: Networking
Oh to be in Paris, now that
RISC-V opens up processor design
5G New Radio: The technical background
New 5G business models
Next-generation 802.11ax wi-fi: Dense, fast, delayed
What is Wi-Fi 6 and why you're going to want it
No individual device on your wireless network may run that much faster, but your total speed will increase.
How Juniper is moving to an open-source mindset
At least 186 EU ISPs use deep-packet inspection to shape traffic, break net neutrality
NGOs, academics warn about DPI's impact on user privacy, that net neutrality might be watered down in the EU.
Using Huawei for 5G is an unnecessary risk, says former spy chief
Former MI6 boss says it would be 'deeply worrying' to hand development of sensitive infrastructure to the Chinese company.
ARIN recovers 735,000 fraudulently obtained IPv4 addresses
Prosecutors say the IP addresses were fraudulently obtained and then sold for $13 each.
Superloop and QIC unable to agree to takeover deal
Period of exclusivity between parties ends without a transaction.
ACCC happy with competition level in NBN aggregation
Competition watchdog will not require dark fibre providers and NBN aggregators to report pricing data.
Cisco slightly beats Q3 expectations
Shares were up in after-hours trading after the company reported revenue growth across its products and services.
Singtel Group regional associates' earnings dropped 37% for the fiscal year
The overall Singtel Group decreased its customer base from 706 million to 650 million customers.