Guest Post: Starlink has promoted itself as a viable alternative to cellular and broadband Internet.
Guest Post: The BNG Blaster is an open-source tool that can simulate massive PPPoE and IPoE (DHCP) sessions, which could be using IPTV services, L2TPv2 (LNS emulation), L2BSA, QoS, forwarding verification, lawful intercept, and convergence testing capabilities.
Automating network management, DDoS detection and mitigation, the Australian broadband environment, and more.
The final part of the ‘All the Gs’ series looks at 5G and the future of radio spectrum technology.
Part two of this series explores how 2G became 4G.
To understand broadband cellular network technology, it’s important to appreciate the history of the radio spectrum.
Guest Post: Bangladesh’s Janata Wi-Fi project is solving high mobile Internet prices with tea stall vendors and custom technology.
Low earth orbit satellite-powered Internet could be a game-changer for remote areas, but what happens when people in more populated areas want it?
AIS Fibre has become Thailand’s first ISP to transition to dual-stack IPv6 / IPv4 for fixed broadband.
As Internet access and mobile device usage grows in Mongolia, the need to transition from IPv4 to IPv6 looms on the horizon.