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Why update your IPv6 equipment purchasing policies?

To make your network IPv6 equipment ready for the transition, these guidelines can help you update your purchasing policies to make sure you and your vendors are on the same page when it comes to IPv6 features.

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Verizon Ethernet trial wraps; House looks to expand Wi-Fi access

This week in telecom news, Verizon said it successfully completed a 100G Ethernet trial while maintaining carrier-grade performance, and the House introduced a companion bill to the Senate's Wi-Fi spectrum access bill.

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Bell Labs' test reaches 10 Gbps broadband over copper

In telecom news this week, Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs division is boasting a 10 Gbps broadband-over-copper speed record, and a TeleGeography report on peering agreements spells bad news for IP transit providers.

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More users are adopting faster broadband speeds

This week in telecom news, an FCC report shows more users are opting for faster fixed and mobile broadband speeds, but an Akamai report saw the U.S. dropping out of the top 10 for global broadband speeds.

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    Why update your IPv6 equipment purchasing policies?

    To make your network IPv6 equipment ready for the transition, these guidelines can help you update your purchasing policies to make sure you and your vendors are on the same page when it comes to IPv6 features.

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    Are U.S. providers behind in implementing IPv6?

    If a service provider delays implementing IPv6, it may face serious challenges as enterprise customers need to make the transition. Expert Ciprian Popoviciu explains why providers must make the necessary preparations for IPv6 readiness.

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    Getting ready for NFV: Master the basics and nail the RFP process

    Network functions virtualization (NFV) is designed to reduce network cost and complexity by virtualizing network equipment onto switches, servers and storage. NFV has the potential to bring service providers savings on capital equipment and network ...

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