UCL sets record for fastest data rate
University team achieves throughputs of 1.125 Tbps
Intel acquires Avago’s LSI SDN business
Pays $650 million for Axxia Networking Business firm
Cisco Live 2013: Cisco unveils Unifed Access One Network
Networking titan sets out product strategy to help CIOs and IT departments deal with the mobile device explosion.
HP brings "cloud economics" to enterprise network
Hardware giant launches pay-per-use procurement programme to make it easier for enterprises to carry out network upgrades.
Vodafone and Three pool resources for Irish network push
Mobile operators form joint venture to bolster Irish network coverage.
Research: Hardware holds back adoption of video conferencing
Virgin Media Business survey suggests shoddy internet connections and aging hardware are stalling take-up of video conferencing.
World IPv6 Day prompts migration concerns
The official launch of IPv6 marred by internet security and performance worries from several industry watchers.
CIOs in the dark over bandwidth
More than two-thirds of IT departments fail to understand applications' demands on the network.
Interop 2012: Video will "quadruple IP traffic in two years"
Internet doubling every five years as well, says Cisco CTO.
HP team with F5 Networks to speed up cloud app deployment
Partnership initiative to decrease cloud app provisioning from months to minutes
Scientists demo quantum network prototype
German researchers use atoms, photons and fibre optic cables to create quantum network.
Flynn: EMC is the data centre ‘bottleneck’
The CEO of Fusion IO claims EMC’s storage strategy is holding back progress in the data centre.
Government and South Tyneside at odds over BDUK funding
The Government says South Tyneside isn't interested in BDUK funds, but the council says it very much is.
Swiss firm creates thoroughly green Wi-Fi tech
A Wi-Fi houseplant monitor highlights the possibilities of low-power always-on sensor networks.
BT remains unhappy as Ofcom sets reduced Openreach prices
The regulator cuts the amount Openreach can charge for its wholesale infrastructure, as BT considers an appeal.
BT PIA fibre broadband product fails to attract bidders
Despite a price drop and an apparently successful trial, no one has yet bid for BT's PIA fibre product.
uSwitch: UK miles away from superfast broadband targets
The UK is no way near getting Government targets on superfast broadband, according to a uSwitch report, but BT thinks the research is rubbish.
Everything Everywhere plots 4G for 2012
Everything Everywhere will roll out 4G connections running over the spectrum it currently owns in 2012, if Ofcom agrees to it.
Cisco posts bumper results amidst restructure
The networking giant impresses analysts with solid profit and record revenue.
Virgin celebrates 5th birthday with first ever profit
Virgin posts its first ever profit alongside growing superfast and TiVo subscribers.
Nicira launches Network Virtualisation Platform
The Californian company virtualises the network to cut costs in the cloud.
Virgin 100Mbps rollout 'ahead of schedule'
The ISP is pushing out superfast speeds quicker than it expected, but prices are going up come spring.
BT considering Ofcom price cap appeal
Ofcom proposals would see BT Openreach's wholesale copper broadband and landline costs cut.