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Speedport now controls Deutsche Telekom’s end-user offering, making 1.2 million smart routers every year

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Deutsche Telekom, the incumbent German telecommunications service provider, says it wants to “smooth the way” for its 13 million customers into smart, connected homes by integrating Magenta SmartHome features in its Speedport Smart router. Effective immediately, the routers do not just manage phone calls, Internet and TV; they can also control smart home devices. “We […]

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Silicon Valley CFP | @CloudExpo #DevOps #Serverless #FinTech #IoT #AI #DX

The 21st International Cloud Expo has announced that its Call for Papers is open. Cloud Expo, to be held October 31 – November 2, 2017, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, brings together Cloud Computing, Big Data, Internet of Things, DevOps, Digital Transformation, Machine Learning and WebRTC to one location. With cloud computing driving a higher percentage of enterprise IT budgets every year, it becomes increasingly important to plant your flag in this fast-expanding business opportunity. Submit your speaking proposal today!

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Silicon Valley CFP | @CloudExpo #DevOps #Serverless #FinTech #IoT #AI #DX

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The 21st International Cloud Expo has announced that its Call for Papers is open. Cloud Expo, to be held October 31 – November 2, 2017, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, brings together Cloud Computing, Big Data, Internet of Things, DevOps, Digital Transformation, Machine Learning and WebRTC to one location. With cloud computing driving a higher percentage of enterprise IT budgets every year, it becomes increasingly important to plant your flag in this fast-expanding business opportunity. Submit your speaking proposal today!

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In it to win it: Start small, scale fast, win big

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

This is part 3 of our 3 part “in it to win it” series. The series covers system integrators role in IoT and why and how they can win more IoT projects. You can read part 1 and 2 here. Every system integrator we talk to is concerned about turning IoT into a scalable and repeatable business. If […]

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IoT Tech Expo: 7 Free Things You Can Get Involved With

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Europe’s leading IoT event will return to Berlin in just 2 weeks and there are plenty of free areas which you can get involved with. Taking place on the 1-2nd June, the IoT Tech Expo event will explore the entire IoT ecosystem, introducing the latest technology innovations across 6 conference tracks, a start-up zone, 2 […]

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IoT Tech Expo: 7 Free Things You Can Get Involved With

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Europe’s leading IoT event will return to Berlin in just 2 weeks and there are plenty of free areas which you can get involved with. Taking place on the 1-2nd June, the IoT Tech Expo event will explore the entire IoT ecosystem, introducing the latest technology innovations across 6 conference tracks, a start-up zone, 2 […]

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Striim AddressES Data Challenges of the Internet of Things (IoT)

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Striim for IoT is a comprehensive streaming data management solution for the Internet of Things (IoT). Striim for IoT helps companies address three of the most difficult data challenges of IoT infrastructure: 1) managing the tsunami of data generated by IoT devices, 2) integrating IoT data with the enterprise and analyzing it in real time, […]

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Deploy360 @ SINOG 4.0

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By Kevin Meynell

The Deploy360 team will be supporting the 4th Slovenian Network Operators Group (SINOG) event next week, that is being organised by the Go6, ARNES and LTFE, and sponsored by the Internet Society along with several other sponsors. SINOG is the Slovenian

This year, SINOG is being combined with the Slovenian IPv6 summit and held as a two-day event on Tuesday, 23 June and Wednesday, 24 May 2017. The first day will be mostly focusing on IPv6, with more general networking issues being covered the following day.

There’s a great line-up of speakers on the programme too, with Ole Trøan (Cisco) providing the keynote. As well as working on a open source software router implementation called FD.io VPP, he’s also active in the IETF as the Co-Chair of the 6MAN Working Group and has authored a number of RFCs on IPv6.

Our colleague Jan Žorž will again by talking about the experiments on NAT64 and DNS64 in the Go6lab, and of course about NAT64Check. Enno Rey (ERNW) will also follow up on his presentation at RIPE 74 on ‘Why IPv6 Security is so Hard‘ which offers an analysis of the structural deficits of IPv6 and their implications, whilst Nathalie Kunneke-Trenaman (RIPE NCC) will provide an overview of IPv6 routing in Slovenia.

The highlight of Day 1 though, is the ‘The dark Side of the IPv6 Moon’ panel chaired by Jan and featuring Ole Trøan (Cisco), Job Snijders (NTT), Ivan Pepelnjak (ipSpace) and Nathalie Kunneke-Trenaman (RIPE NCC). The focus is the deployment and operational consequences of the IPv6 architectural and standardisation decisions about IPv6, and this will discuss the real world challenges of using IPv6 in production networks.

Day 2 sees another talk from Ole Trøan on the FD.io VPP software router he’s developing. Ivan Pepelnjak will talking about network automation solutions based around small reusable components, whilst Job Snijders will introduce BGP Large Communities which is a new way to signal meta-information within and between networks.

Our other Deploy360 colleague Kevin Meynell will also be on hand with an update about the MANRS Initiative. This defines four concrete actions that network operators should implement to promote a culture of collaborative responsibility, and the next steps are to develop a MANRS certification programme as well as partnerships with IXPs.

The full programme can be found on the SINOG website. Registration is free-of-charge and open to anyone.

The event is being held at Tehnološki park Ljubljana, and is being streamed.

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Versa Networks Infuses SD-WAN and SD-Security with IPv6

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By Kumar Mehta

At Versa Networks we recently announced that we now offer support for IPv6, making us one of the few companies that provide support for both IPv4- and IPv6-based SD-WANs. I believe this support will become increasingly important to the digital transformation that is unfolding as new Internet of Things (IoT) devices are deployed into network environments, and exhaustion of the IPv4 address space continues. I think we will see a substantial increase in competition for IP addresses as more “things” become connected and centrally managed, and this move will hopefully keep Versa Networks ahead of the curve.

You don’t have to take my word for it – In the last year, IDC has seen “… tremendous momentum in the influence of digital transformation (DX) on technology spending across geographies and industries.” As the report explains, “Technology is transforming the business by blending the digital with physical with transformative use cases like IoT and next-generation security…IDC believes the key to succeeding in the new digital economy will be the ability to rapidly respond to changes within your ecosystem.” IDC estimates, “… there is the potential for over $18 trillion of new value to be harvested.”

IHS Technology’s 2016 whitepaper, IoT Platforms – Enabling the Internet of Things, looks at the growth of IoT and finds a similar spike. The report predicts that we will see 30.7 billion IoT devices by 2020 and 74.4 billion devices by 2025. Because I want to make sure we have the capacity to serve our clients, IPv6 was the obvious choice.

It is astonishing how far we have come in just a few short decades. When IPv4 was introduced, it was designed to accommodate around 4.3 billion addresses, which back then probably seemed like an adequate number to future proof the protocol for years to come. But what the creators couldn’t have predicted was the explosive growth of mobile devices and the ‘always on’ Internet-connected devices (IoT), each of which requires its own unique address. With IPv4 exhaustion a reality in most geographies, I knew it was time to turn to IPv6.

It turns out I am not the only one to reach this decision. IPv6 adoption stands at 32.2 percent in the U.S., and in many European countries with the highest adoption rates, it ranges from 28 to 47 percent. Given SD-WAN technology’s integration of Internet connectivity, IPv6 will be essential to Versa Networks long-term success. In addition to US-based multiple-system operators, web providers and content providers, Asian customers are also in need of an SD-WAN solution that supports IPv6 for both connectivity and services. Many MSOs support an IPv6 underlay for their customer base and often offer special services for customers connected to IPv6.

Adopting an IPv6-ready SD-WAN/SD-Security solution allows for significant improvement in an organization’s Internet experiences. The advice I give all my customers is this, “If you are embarking on a new service, it should be dual stack from the get-go.”

By supporting both IPv4 and IPv6 for SD-WAN and SD-Security, Versa can now offer customers the flexibility to design their WAN under IPv4 today and protect it from obsolescence as they switch over to IPv6. And by deploying our technology, customers will be able to avoid expensive and time-consuming vendor swap-out scenarios.

IPv6 does come with some hurdles and not all organizations are immune. As a technology provider, the challenges Versa needed to solve were early on in development and testing. The multi-faceted problems that SD-WAN focuses on solving: connectivity, SaaS and cloud optimization and security; brought a level of challenges in appropriately testing our IPv6 capabilities. We realized that we initially didn’t have everything to ensure we could test IPv6 thoroughly from an SD-WAN use case. We needed to look more deeply into our test equipment, points of access to leverage (providers) and how various applications would be treated across an IPv6-based architecture. Very much like our customers, we found that IPv6 isn’t something you can just “turn-on” and run. You need to look at your applications, underlay infrastructure, security policies and your circuit providers. It took some effort and time to restructure our environments appropriately so that enterprise use-cases could be replicated and drive our efforts for a successful IPv6 implementation. Happy to say, our efforts paid off and we have a very comprehensive IPv4 and IPv6 SD-WAN and SD-security offering for the market.

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Versa Networks Infuses SD-WAN and SD-Security with IPv6

By Kumar Mehta

Google IPv6 Stats 2015-2017

At Versa Networks we recently announced that we now offer support for IPv6, making us one of the few companies that provide support for both IPv4- and IPv6-based SD-WANs. I believe this support will become increasingly important to the digital transformation that is unfolding as new Internet of Things (IoT) devices are deployed into network environments, and exhaustion of the IPv4 address space continues. I think we will see a substantial increase in competition for IP addresses as more “things” become connected and centrally managed, and this move will hopefully keep Versa Networks ahead of the curve.

You don’t have to take my word for it – In the last year, IDC has seen “… tremendous momentum in the influence of digital transformation (DX) on technology spending across geographies and industries.” As the report explains, “Technology is transforming the business by blending the digital with physical with transformative use cases like IoT and next-generation security…IDC believes the key to succeeding in the new digital economy will be the ability to rapidly respond to changes within your ecosystem.” IDC estimates, “… there is the potential for over $18 trillion of new value to be harvested.”

IHS Technology’s 2016 whitepaper, IoT Platforms – Enabling the Internet of Things, looks at the growth of IoT and finds a similar spike. The report predicts that we will see 30.7 billion IoT devices by 2020 and 74.4 billion devices by 2025. Because I want to make sure we have the capacity to serve our clients, IPv6 was the obvious choice.

It is astonishing how far we have come in just a few short decades. When IPv4 was introduced, it was designed to accommodate around 4.3 billion addresses, which back then probably seemed like an adequate number to future proof the protocol for years to come. But what the creators couldn’t have predicted was the explosive growth of mobile devices and the ‘always on’ Internet-connected devices (IoT), each of which requires its own unique address. With IPv4 exhaustion a reality in most geographies, I knew it was time to turn to IPv6.

It turns out I am not the only one to reach this decision. IPv6 adoption stands at 32.2 percent in the U.S., and in many European countries with the highest adoption rates, it ranges from 28 to 47 percent. Given SD-WAN technology’s integration of Internet connectivity, IPv6 will be essential to Versa Networks long-term success. In addition to US-based multiple-system operators, web providers and content providers, Asian customers are also in need of an SD-WAN solution that supports IPv6 for both connectivity and services. Many MSOs support an IPv6 underlay for their customer base and often offer special services for customers connected to IPv6.

Adopting an IPv6-ready SD-WAN/SD-Security solution allows for significant improvement in an organization’s Internet experiences. The advice I give all my customers is this, “If you are embarking on a new service, it should be dual stack from the get-go.”

By supporting both IPv4 and IPv6 for SD-WAN and SD-Security, Versa can now offer customers the flexibility to design their WAN under IPv4 today and protect it from obsolescence as they switch over to IPv6. And by deploying our technology, customers will be able to avoid expensive and time-consuming vendor swap-out scenarios.

IPv6 does come with some hurdles and not all organizations are immune. As a technology provider, the challenges Versa needed to solve were early on in development and testing. The multi-faceted problems that SD-WAN focuses on solving: connectivity, SaaS and cloud optimization and security; brought a level of challenges in appropriately testing our IPv6 capabilities. We realized that we initially didn’t have everything to ensure we could test IPv6 thoroughly from an SD-WAN use case. We needed to look more deeply into our test equipment, points of access to leverage (providers) and how various applications would be treated across an IPv6-based architecture. Very much like our customers, we found that IPv6 isn’t something you can just “turn-on” and run. You need to look at your applications, underlay infrastructure, security policies and your circuit providers. It took some effort and time to restructure our environments appropriately so that enterprise use-cases could be replicated and drive our efforts for a successful IPv6 implementation. Happy to say, our efforts paid off and we have a very comprehensive IPv4 and IPv6 SD-WAN and SD-security offering for the market.

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