To understand broadband cellular network technology, it’s important to appreciate the history of the radio spectrum.
What will be the nature and requirements of networks 50 years from now?
No overstriking allowed! Why do RFCs have such strict text requirements?
Text protocols can be read by humans, but they come with drawbacks. Do we need them?
Deregulation and the rise of CDNs has some telcos questioning the future of international transit.
What can the experience of the Universal Postal Union tell us about the Internet’s arrangements for settlement and peering?
Guest Post: Securing IPv6 Stateless Address Auto-configuration (SLAAC) has been ongoing since 2011.
The origin of the Internet for Australia echos that of many economies and is a story of a collective and communal effort.
Submarine cable development brings together advanced physics, marine technology and engineering to create truly amazing pieces of networking infrastructure.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first RFC, Darius Kazemi revisited the first 365 RFCs — one for each day of 2019.