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ONOS Project Gets Linux Foundation Bump

The Linux Foundation has announced a strategic partnership with ON.Lab and its ONOS project community to develop open source network services. They will build infrastructure for software-defined networking and network function virtualization technology. The foundation will provide its global reach, ...

GOVERNMENT IT REPORT

Federal Grants Wed Public-Private Cybersecurity Efforts

The debate in the U.S. Congress over a comprehensive national cybersecurity program is wearing on, largely because of differences over the roles of government and business in protecting information technology. Elsewhere, however, cybersecurity awareness and research projects are being launched throu...

ANALYSIS

Higher Learning, Higher Speed: Campuses Graduate to 802.11n

In the March 2010 Aberdeen benchmark report "Multi-Site and Campus-Area Wireless LANs: Advantages of the Centralized Approach," 163 institutions were surveyed regarding their use of multi-site and campus-area wireless local area networks. This article provides an analysis into the pressures driving ...

CONFERENCE ROUNDUP

Security Sleuths Search for a Single Sign-On Solution

Security vendors are working to create a single sign-on that would make it easy for users to log on to the Web and to different Web sites. Project Concordia -- formed last year by vendors offering electronic identity products to create a harmonized standard and ensure identity initiatives and protoc...

Music, Movie Studios Join Internet2 Consortium

The industry groups representing movie and music studios have joined Internet2, a consortium using higher-speed networks in college campus settings, saying they would examine possibilities for new content distribution models. The move by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the Recor...

Internet2 Becomes File-Sharing Target

It is designed to increase network speed, bandwidth, and the ability to share vast amounts of data quickly and easily, but according to copyright owners, the next-generation Internet known as Internet2 has also been facilitating illegal, unlicensed trading of copyrighted music and movie files. The R...

Networks Band Together To Fight Internet Attacks

Facing increasingly faster, more complex and more targeted computer attacks, network companies and groups are banding together to share information in hopes of stemming the damage done by computer attackers. The Fingerprint Sharing Alliance -- announced by Arbor Networks and including worldwide supp...

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