Internet of Things

RIPE 74 – Highlights from Day 2, Part 1

The RIPE 74 meeting is happening this week in Budapest, Hungary, and we’re highlighting the presentations and activities related to the Deploy360 technologies throughout the week. Tuesday was a busy day for us, trying to catch some interesting presentations in between editing some IPv6 BCOPs. In fact, so busy that it’s too much to report in Read more…


Deploy360@IETF98, Day 5: The Big Goodbye

There’s a couple of sessions of interest on the last day of IETF 98 before we say goodbye to the Windy City. Both are running in parallel on the Friday morning starting at 09.00 CDT/UTC-6, but perhaps of most interest to us is IPWAVE. This is working to develop a mechanism for transmitting IPv6 datagrams over Read more…


Deploy360@IETF98, Day 4: IPv6, IoT & ACME

Thursday at week IETF 98 in Chicago is another mix of IPv6, the Internet-of-Things and TLS-related working groups. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. The first session of the day is 6MAN which has a last call on updates to the IPv6 specification as currently defined in RFC 2460, RFC 4291, Read more…


Deploy360@IETF98, Day 3: IPv6, IoT & DTLS

Wednesday at IETF 98 in Chicago features a mix of IPv6, the Internet-of-Things and TLS-related working groups. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. The morning session offers a choice between the 6LO and PERC Working Groups. 6LO focuses on facilitating IPv6 connectivity over node networks with limited power, memory and processing resources, and Read more…


Deploy360@IETF97, Day 4: SIDR, TLS & Even More IPv6

Thursday at IETF 97 should prove to be interesting day with the Sunsetting IPv4 Working Group meeting again, along with IPv6, TLS and secure routing related sessions. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. To kick off though, 6TiSCH is meeting at 09.30 KST (UTC+9) which is working on developing specifications for running IPv6 over the Time-Slotted Channel Read more…


Deploy360@IETF97, Day 3: IoT, PKI & Still More IPv6

Wednesday at IETF 97 in Seoul is another busy day, with the primary focus being on the Internet-of-Things, but with other relevant sessions on PKI and routing. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. The day opens with a choice between the Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks and Global Routing Operations Working Groups on Wednesday morning at Read more…


Deploy360@IETF97, Day 1: IPv6, Mobility & IoT

There’s a lot going on this week at IETF 97 in Seoul, and we’ll be bringing you daily blog posts that point out what Deploy360 will be focused on during that day. And Monday is going to be no exception with a couple of IPv6-related working groups, along with sessions that are relevant to the Internet-of-Things and TLS. The day Read more…


ION Hangzhou: IoT & Collaborative Security

Our second ION Conference of the year was held on 14 July 2016 in Hangzhou, China. As well as being the first time an ION has been held in the country, it also saw our highest ever attendance of around 200 participants. The event was hosted by CNNIC and sponsored by Afilias, and was co-located with the IP Alliance Conference Read more…


Deploy360@IETF96, Day 3: You’ve got to ROLL with it

Wednesday is a relatively quieter day for the Deploy360 team at IETF 96 in Berlin, with just a couple of working groups to follow. This is probably a good thing after Tuesday though, when our colleague Jan Žorž was drafted into co-chairing the 6MAN Working Group which saw some quite intense discussions on the drafts up for Read more…


SINOG 3.0 in Ljubljana

The 3rd meeting of the Slovenian Network Operators’ Group organised by Go6, ARNES and LTFE was held on 22 June 2016 at the Brdo Technology Park in Ljubljana. This was held the day after the Slovenian IPv6 Summit and was co-sponsored by the Internet Society; attracting another good audience of around 110 participants. The keynote was provided by Ivan Pepelnjak (ipSpace) who continued the Read more…