IP Communications - (MPLS-VPN) Meshed Network
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IP Communications refers to the principle communications standard used for transmitting data across an internetwork using the Internet Protocol Suite. The IP Communications channel will focus on everything related to IP Communications from IP addressing and routing to reliability to addressing hosts and routing datagrams.
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What is IP Communications
IP Communications is the phrase used to describe networks that use the IP protocol for voice and video traffic, or the principle communications standard used for transmitting data across an internetwork using the Internet Protocol Suite.
The IP Communications industry has seen its series of ebbs and flows over the years, particularly as trends like VoIP and video conferencing begin to become more ubiquitous. IP Communications is one the largest growing industries in the tech space and as the industry matures so too does the role of IP Communications.
IP Communications Featured Articles
Can We Reinvent the Internet?
Our world runs on the TCP/IP addressing protocol that basically makes the Internet possible, but TCP/IP was developed by a different world, back when the Internet was a loose federation of academic networks and there were no mobile phones or ecommerce platforms. The original architects of the internet did not develop the network for the needs we have today.
IP Communications Providers Set to Make $347 Billion by 2017
With nearly half of the world's population slated to be connected to the Internet by 2017, there is more than just enhanced access to information and communication to be had. In fact, according to a recent Infonetics report, there is also quite a bit of money to be made in the IP communications market.
Think You're Safe Online? Think Again
The Internet purports to be a wonderful place, full of rich media and information, with access to the products we want, movies available at a click, and hackers waiting to steal our information. It's bad enough when automated programs hack into a consumer email accounts and send out phishing emails to unsuspecting friends. For the enterprise, the risk is even greater.
Forecast Promising but Uncertain for IPv6
TMCnet recently reported on the projections laid forth by the Cisco Visual Networking Index Forecast, which suggest that nearly half of the world's population will be connected to the Internet by 2017. With over 19 billion global network connections expected, how will the meager 4.3 billion theoretical public IPv4 addresses be able to handle demand? The answer: it won't.
What IPv6 Means for IP Security
In the consumer and business environment, there is an unquestionable reliance on the Internet and all the supporting applications and processes this worldwide web of connections enables. So big is the demand for web access and assets that the available addresses first created to support this volume have reached capacity. It's now time to move to IPv6.
IP Communications Industry News
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