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
Why IP Communications Deliver More Value than Travel Reduction
The idea of driving face-to-face collaborations is gaining ground as companies continue to expand, support remote employees and cut back on unnecessary travel. The introduction of Skype paved the way for video communications at a low cost. The more recent wave of IP communications innovations has led to the availability of high quality interactions without high budget equipment.
Did You Remember to Call?
In celebration of Mother's Day yesterday, it seems fitting to take a look at some phone-based facts related to the busiest calling day of the year.
FBI Moving to Expand Wiretapping Laws to Include Internet Communications
Currently, technology firms are not required to provide the government with direct access to Internet communications, unlike phone companies, which must allow the government to directly intercept any correspondence sent across their lines. This means that any communication sent across platforms like Facebook, Google or Twitter are theoretically out of the reach of legal wiretapping efforts by law enforcement. Naturally, the FBI has been pushing for a legal mandate requiring these tech companies to integrate wiretapping capabilities into their communications systems.
Carrier-Grade Network Address Translation: A Worthy Contender?
With the number of available IPv4 address quickly diminishing and IPv6 still slowly making headway into the mainstream, Internet service providers (ISPs) are finding creative ways to adapt anyway they can. Carrier-Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) is one such method.
Sonics and ARM Enter into Patent License Agreement
Sonics and ARM have entered into patent license agreement and have broadened technology cooperation. As part of the pact, ARM has licensed Sonics patent portfolio currently consisting of 138 properties for use in ARM products and specifications.
IP Communications Industry News
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