Posts Tagged ‘Internet of Things’

Other IPv6 Stuff at APRICOT 2017

We already covered the IPv6 Deployment session during APRICOT 2017, but there were several other IPv6-related sessions that are worth mentioning. First thing to mention is that there was a tutorial on deployment of IPv6 in a production mobile network. This was a 1.5-hour session led by Jeff Schmidt (Telstra) and provided some insights into 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 @ NLNOG Day 2016

The Deploy360 team will be supporting NLNOG Day this coming Friday, 9 September 2016, which is being organised by the Netherlands Network Operator Group in Amsterdam. There are still some free places available, although you’re encouraged to make a donation when you register. Our colleague Jan Žorž will be talking about TLS and DANE, including the testing 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…


11th Slovenian IPv6 Summit

The 11th Slovenian IPv6 Summit organised by Go6, ARNES and LTFE was held on 21 June 2016 at the Brdo Technology Park in Ljubljana. This event co-sponsored by the Internet Society and chaired by Deploy360’s Jan Žorž featured a high quality programme of speakers which attracted an international audience of around 120 participants. The opening keynote was provided Read more…


Olaf Kolkman presents on Collaborative Security @ TNC16

The Internet Society’s Chief Internet Technology Officer Olaf Kolkman presented on Collaborative Security at the TNC16 Conference in Prague, Czech Republic earlier this week. TNC is one of the leading conferences for research and education networking, and attracted around 700 participants from National Research and Education Networks (NRENs), universities, research institutions and industry in Europe Read more…


Seville launches IPv6 Smartcity Pilot

There’s more happening in the IPv6 world this week with the launch of the Seville IPv6 Smartcity Pilot in Spain. The aim of the first phase is to monitor water quality, leaks and the pumping equipment within the city using IPv6 enabled 3G/4G devices using the IETF 6LoWPAN standard. 6LoWPAN enables wireless communications for devices with Read more…


Deploying the Internet-of-Things (IoT)

The Internet Society recently published a paper on the Internet-of-Things (IoT) which has significant implications for Deploy360 and its key technologies. The Internet of Things is the popularised term for connecting, monitoring and controlling devices such as home appliances, automobiles, industrial devices and even medical sensors over the Internet, and promises substantial technical, social and economic benefits. Read more…


Deploy360@IETF91, Day 2: UTA, DPRIVE, BGP in ANRP, 6LO and IOT, DNSOP

IETF 91 mic line

For us at Deploy360, Day 2 of IETF 91 brings a heavy focus on DNSSEC and DNS security in general with both DNSOP and DPRIVE meeting. Today also brings one of the key working groups (UTA) related to our “TLS in Applications” topic area.  There is a key WG meeting related to using  IPv6 in “resource-constrained” environments such as the “Internet of Read more…


New “Internet Of Things Consortium” Launched

Earlier this month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, a new “Internet of Things Consortium” was announced bringing together 10 companies with the stated goal of fostering and supporting the growth of Internet-connected devices for consumers.  The consortium has a website now visible at iofthings.org. The term “Internet of Things” has been Read more…


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