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Hurricane Electric Internet Services Selects Zayo Group to Build 100G Wave Backbone Along U.S. Routes

BOULDER, CO–(Marketwired – Apr 9, 2013) – Zayo Group today announced that Hurricane Electric Internet Services, the world’s largest IPv6-native internet backbone, has purchased 100G Wavelength services on Zayo’s newly installed 100G routes. Zayo’s recently deployed 100G Wavelength upgraded routes include New York to Washington, D.C. and Chicago to Memphis. Hurricane Electric is connected to 60 major exchange points and exchanges traffic directly with more than 2,700 different networks. The new 100G technology will provide […]

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RF Code’s Greg Primm writes article about data center asset tracking with wireless sensors

RF Code’s Product Marketing Manager Greg Primm recently wrote an article for infoTECH Spotlight titled “Big Data, Bigger Security Risks: How IT Asset Tracking Can Help” about the benefits of using wireless sensors for asset tracking in data centers. From the article: Companies are spending billions of dollars to fight the threat of cybercrime by deploying processes to keep hackers out of their systems and away from their data. Meanwhile, many of today’s most damaging security […]

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Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers Added to 6SigmaDC DCIM Library

Future Facilities’ software makes an appearance in a Data Center Journal posting. From the article: Future Facilities, global leaders in 3-dimensional CFD simulation for data center design and operational management through its 6SigmaDC DCIM software suite, has announced the addition to its equipment library of 5-star rated models for the complete range of Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers. Since its inception in 2004, Future Facilities has pioneered the use of CFD modeling for assessing the impact of […]

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Hurricane Electric March 2013 Carrier Networking Event

Hurricane Electric March 2013 Carrier Networking Event

Milldam recently organized and held the first of Hurricane Electric’s Carrier Networking Events for 2013 on March 27, co-sponsored by  Silicon Valley Web Builder.     From 6 to 8 PM, over 150 guests were in attendance and were able to meet carriers that have networks in Hurricane’s Fremont facilities including XO Communications and Level 3.     In addition, server equipment manufacturers Lopoco and SuperMicro had tables to show their latest hardware offerings. Complimentary […]

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RF Code’s Richard Jenkins interviewed for article at Nethawk.Net

RF Code’s Richard Jenkins interviewed for article at Nethawk.Net

RF Code’s VP of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships Richard Jenkins was recently interviewed for an article by Zen Kishimoto of Alta Terra Research for Nethawk.Net. In it, Richard talk about the unique benefits of RF Code’s products. From the Article: I asked Richard about RF Code’s differentiation. Every company claims that its solutions and products are unique and stand out from the competition. His answer was twofold. Product layering: One part is a common infrastructure to […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong interviewed by GCN on IPv4 becoming obselete sooner than expected

The U.S. government is leading the transition to IPv6 in the Western Hemisphere, and use of the new generation of Internet Protocols has increased sharply in the last year. And although the volume of IPv6 traffic remains small, one observer predicts that the current IPv4 protocols will become obsolete earlier than expected. “We are probably four or five years away from IPv6 being relatively ubiquitous,” said Owen DeLong, director of professional services at Hurricane Electric, […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong is quoted by GCN about IPv6

  GCN’s recent article quotes Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong as it explores the question, “Will IPv6 ever have a killer app?” From the article: Owen DeLong, IPv6 evangelist for Hurricane Electric, obviously is a fan of the new protocols. He thinks doing away with NAT will be a good thing. So what does he think the killer app for IPv6 will be? “None,” he says. People don’t feel they are missing anything with IPv4 now, […]

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Hurricane Electric featured in TMCnet article about 2000 IPv6 Networks milestone

Hurricane Electric was recently featured in a TMCnet article about their recent milestone of connecting to over 2000 IPv6 networks. From the article: According to University of California research presented at the International Measurement Conference (IMC) in November of 2012, Hurricane Electric is the most dominant Autonomous System (AS) in the global IPv6 transit topology. Data from the research indicate that between 2011 and 2012 no other AS was added to IPv6 routing paths as […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong interviewed by GCN on IPv6 having a killer app

Hurricane Electric’s Owen Delong was recently interviewed by GCN on if IPv6 will ever have a killer app. From the article: &nbsp; The volume of IPv6 traffic, though still small, has grown steadily over the last year. Although most federal <a href=”http://gcn.com/articles/2012/09/20/agencies-to-miss-ipv6-deadline-ipv4-depletion.aspx”>agencies missed</a> the Sept. 30, 2012 deadline for enabling the new protocols on public facing Web sites, they are slowly adopting IPv6. Hurricane Electric, which bills itself as the world’s largest native IPv6 backbone, has announced […]

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Hurricane Electric featured in Data Center Journal about 2,000 IPv6 Networks milestone

Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and leading colocation provider, today announced that it is the first Internet backbone to connect to over 2,000 IPv6 networks, doubling in less than three years. According to University of California research presented at the International Measurement Conference (IMC) in November of 2012, Hurricane Electric is the most dominant Autonomous System (AS) in the global IPv6transit topology.  Data from the research indicate that between 2011 and 2012 no other AS was added to IPv6 […]

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