1310nm.net

Welcome to 1310nm.net,

the home of thirteen-ten nanometer networks!

Please read our blog, CoherentLight, to find out more about the state of networking and application management. We have expertise in both Software Defined Networks () and Software Defined (). We aim to provide a stable foundation for your business network so that the applications you run can support your business effectively.

IBM Security: Future of Identity Report

IBM's Security team has put together a new report on the Future of Identity. The report looks at how people
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IBM Security: Future of Identity Report

Avaya goes public (again), rings NYSE opening bell

Avaya has returned to the New York Stock Exchange today. With the opening bell being rung by Avaya's CEO Jim
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Avaya goes public (again), rings NYSE opening bell

BT Launch Ultrafast Broadband @ 152Mbps and 314Mbps

For those of you lucky enough to be able to get your ADSL connection over copper, rather than damp string,
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BT Launch Ultrafast Broadband @ 152Mbps and 314Mbps

Wireshark 2.4.4 on CentOS 7 available via repository

This is the maintenance release of Wireshark 2.4. The repository will automatically update to version 2.4.4. If you want to
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Wireshark 2.4.4 on CentOS 7 available via repository

Australia’s MetroNode acquired by Equinx in $792mn deal

Australia's MetroNode hosting company has been acquired by Equinix for $792mn. 100 % held by the Canadian Ontario Teachers Pension
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Australia’s MetroNode acquired by Equinx in $792mn deal

Approvals delay Qualcomm acquisition of NXP

Qualcomm has announced an extension of its deal to purchase NXP . The agreement is subject to regulatory approval
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Approvals delay Qualcomm acquisition of NXP

Proof: ADSL does operate on wet string

Given the pervasiveness of the Internet, it's not surprising that there are people out there trying different things. Recently we
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Proof: ADSL does operate on wet string

Palau connects using submarine cable, better performance than satellite

NEC has announced that they have completed the Palau Spur cable which connects to the main SEA-US cable. (BSCC and
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Palau connects using submarine cable, better performance than satellite

Broadcom seeks to change Qualcomm’s board and mind.

Broadcom  is seeking to change Qualcomm's mind on the unsolicited merger announced recently. Qualcomm rejected the bid, and now Broadcom's
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Broadcom seeks to change Qualcomm’s board and mind.

China to plan IPv6 leap forward

The Register has picked up a story about China's adoption of IPv6. This article originally came from the Xinhua state
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China to plan IPv6 leap forward

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