Hurricane Electric partners Digital Realty in Asia Pacific
New points of presence in Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney provide customers with additional high-speed IP transit options and overcome data gravity barriers.
SolarWinds updates network management portfolio
SolarWinds revamps network mgmt suite, elevating IT visibility & scalability with Palo Alto Integration.
Why your organisation now needs to worry about IPv6 attacks
Rising IPv6 cyberattacks turn theory into urgent reality for Aussie net managers.
Hurricane Electric launches Point of Presence networks in Taiwan
Hurricane Electric is bringing its IPv4 and IPv6-native backbone networks to Taiwan with the announcement of its latest PoP network in Taiwan.
Delving into the state of Aussie & NZ internet
Aussie and Kiwi internet leap forward: Aus mobile peaks at 147.6 Mbps, while NZ's broadband sees notable gains, Akamai reports.
What you need to know about IPv6
Facing IPv4 exhaustion, New Zealand companies look towards IPv6 adoption amid global demand for ample IP addressing.
Mako Networks realises American dream with US office
The cloud-based network management and security firm has grown from humble beginnings 13 years ago in a Herne Bay flat, to a global company with offices in Auckland, London, Melbourne, and now San Francisco.
Considerations for IPv6 migration
During the two years since IPv4 addresses began to run out, IPv6 adoption has grown rapidly as migration technologies and methods have been standardised.
'Turn IPv6 on and leave it on'
New Zealand IPv6 Task Force's message on World IPv6 launch day.
Blue Coat targets IPv6 'shadow networks'
New appliance OS introduces visibility and control for fledgling internet protocol increasingly used as a 'back door' to the enterprise.
IPv6 demand on the rise: SolarWinds
SolarWinds expands its monitoring product to support IPv6 amid growing demand and a wider adoption in organisations, including military.
IPv6 countdown begins
The internet gears up for a major upgrade as IPv6, enabling over 340 trillion addresses, sets to launch on June 6, backed by tech giants.
Moving On Down: Routers Reach New Markets
Juniper Networks says routing equipment previously sold to service providers and high end enterprises is being taken to a wider proportion of the New Zealand market, as higher end routing moves into form factors more affordable.
Check your system for IPv6 compatibility
Check if your system is IPv6-ready ahead of major web companies testing the new internet protocol for 24 hours on June 8.
Google hails the internet's next chapter
Search giant expects current number of internet addresses to run dry in the next 12 months.
Killzone 3 beta is now live
PlayStation 3 owners can download the multiplayer beta for the upcoming shooter Killzone 3... now!.
INZ: New internet message not getting through
The message about adopting the new internet protocol, IPv6, is still not getting through to enterprise managers in New Zealand.
Internet addresses to run dry within year
The internet is set to run out of web addresses by the end of the year unless action is taken warn experts.
ICT innovation swells in developing economies
An Asia Pacific fund for ICT innovation has seen a record number of applications for grants for the 2010 year.
Blue Coat prepared for IPv6
Blue Coat Systems recently announced its launch of the industry’s first IPv6 secure Web gateway solution to enable the secure and seamless migration of applications, services and content between IPv4 and IPv6 environments.
Father of the internet to promote IPv6 in NZ
New Zealand set to accelerate adoption of IPv6, with 'Father of the Internet' Dr Vint Cerf to speak at key events.