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New website names such as "drama.Youtube" or "funny.LOL" instead of traditional sites such as YouTube.com are headed our way.
Wave of optimisers, monitors, and management products fuelled by network changes
Can Everything Everywhere provide the solution to Britain's 4G deficit without damaging competition?
How to save costs and improve efficiency and scalability with network virtualisation
Social media has been buzzing around the IT agenda for some time
Consolidation, virtualisation and data centre design are essential, says analyst firm
University of California mathematicians have built a model to determine the ideal number of cross-network connections
Cloud adoption driving network expansions
The newly approved mobile standard is expected to help carriers maintain reliable LTE performance
The networking industry is working on new and better ways to connect, both wired and wireless
Building a strong cloud line up with acquisitions
Healthy competition and a level online playing field are under threat
Yes, we know WiMAX is nearly dead, but it can still deliver data in industry
Buzz moving away from 'network fabric' to the software-controlled world
New Wallpaper created by French scientists hopes to solve your problems by blocking Wi-Fi signals.
Although Fibre Channel is seeing single-digit growth rates, Ethernet for storage is exploding
The appeal by BT and TalkTalk against the Digital Economy Act has failed, but the fight will continue
Technology Trends for 2012 include expectations for IT services to always be available
The new network gear may open doors for equipment makers and service providers
A look at the technology behind the British Library's project to put 300 years of newpapers online
Ten habits of highly effective SAN admins
Society's chief information technology officer speaks ahead of World IPv6 Launch on June 6
Next generation Internet protocol due for uptake in new year
Keep up with the changing needs of business development
British artist Luke Jerram uses new tech like 3D printing and science to create incredible works of art.