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  • The decreasing costs of in-flight WiFi hardware will for the first time make connected IFE attractive to low-cost airlines on short-haul routes.

  • The agreement between the OIC and UPnP is another step in the effort to consolidate and streamline the disparate IoT interoperability efforts.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: The IT industry throws around amazing numbers about the Internet of Things' growth and revenue potential. But there is less talk about real applications or their benefits to industry and society as a whole.

  • Bosch IoT and PTC's ThingWorx enable integration of smart, connected products with cross-sector enterprise processes.

  • The company is offering three new packages to make the year-old collaboration platform more attractive to startups and smaller businesses.

  • Cisco officials say Acano's technologies will help them in their drive to grow the number of meeting rooms worldwide that are connected via video.

  • The companies are expanding their partnership by integrating Vidyo's VidyoWorks technology into Mitel's MiCollab collaboration platform.

  • Network administrators—in fact, most IT administrators—are often fraught with anxiety; it pretty much comes with the territory. After all, the daily routine of most employees within an enterprise depends upon reliable connectivity to the Internet and connections with internal applications, other workers, contractors and mobile devices. We all know that if the system goes down, the company loses money on an escalating scale. Now there's a new hurdle for network administrators to consider: Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) announced last month that the well of IPv4 addresses, which have been in use since the 1970s, has run dry in North America. IPv4 was never designed to handle streaming video and other rich data forms. As a result, the adoption of IPv6 is inevitable, and with the right approach IPv6 can be used to strengthen most networks. Only IPv6 offers sufficient address space to facilitate the cloud and the Internet of things; the full benefit of either would be difficult to impossible to achieve using only the limited addressing resources of IPv4. This eWEEK slide show, with industry insight obtained from network management tool provider Infoblox, explains how network administrators can make this adjustment as easy as possible.

  • The improvements to IOS NX and the addition of three Internet routers are designed to help service providers create cloud-scale networks.

  • The two vendors will jointly develop products that can collect and analyze data at the network edge and will run IoT developments centers.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: With networks getting larger  faster and facing ever more threats, many network products at the GEN15 conference emphasize new approaches to security.

  • The deal is the third acquisition by ThinkingPhones in the last 15 months as it looks to grow the capabilities of its cloud-based UC platform.

  • The chip designer is bringing new capabilities to its mbed Internet of things platform and unveiling reference designs for wearables and smart cities.

  • The chip maker also is rolling out new Ethernet controllers as its looks to grow its presence in cloud data center infrastructures.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: Realistically, the agreement appears to boost both companies to a new, even larger-picture-level in the world of IoT networking.

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