Search Results for: iPv6

DiceTV: Watch for Jobs Needing IPv6 Expertise

Cat Miller,

DiceTV: Watch for Jobs Needing IPv6 Expertise The global supply of IP addresses will run out between 2011 and mid-2012. That means companies and government agencies will convert to a new Internet protocol, IPv6, which will create lots of opportunities for tech professionals who know their way around.

IPv6 Opportunities for Network Engineers

Dice News,

IPv4 addresses are set to be depleted by by mid 2012, so U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra announced that all Web-facing government servers must be on IPv6 by FY2012. This presents a tremendous opportunity for tech pros who upgrade their knowledge to IPv6 and can help upgrade the feds’ infrastructure.

Nest Open-Sources Its Networking Protocol

Nick Kolakowski,

When Google purchased smart-device manufacturer Nest for $3.2 billion in early 2014, people predicted that the company’s stylish smoke detectors

Is It Time for Servers in Space?

Mark Hachman,

The “Server Sky” concept envisions wafer-like servers communicating via microwaves, and maneuvering by sunlight.