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Marvell cooks up 400* Gbps Ethernet chips

*Not a typo. This stuff will make top-of-rack switches sizzle in 2019

Up to 25% of new builds still can't get superfast broadband – study

I don't care about running water, where are my internets?

4G LTE pried open to reveal a slew of new protocol-level attacks

User location spoofing? Check. Fake emergency alerts? Check. Plenty more nasties, too

It's begun: 'First' IPv6 denial-of-service attack puts IT bods on notice

Analysis Internet engineers warn this is only the beginning

Wi-Fi Alliance allegedly axed army reservist for being called up. Now the Empire strikes back

Trade body gets sued by Uncle Sam, insists no wrongdoing

Mayors of America demand net neutrality protections… again

Put the letter on the pile next to the soiled #OneMoreVote petition

Gits club GitHub code tub with record-breaking 1.35Tbps DDoS drub

Memcache attacks are going to be this year's thing

The DNS was designed for diversity, but site admins aren't buying

Harvard bods warn: if you want to avoid a big outage, use more than one DNS provider

FCC levies largest ever fine: $614m on Verizon (that's about three days of profit for telco giant)

Straight Path veered off promises of 5G coverage

Washington (no, not that one) to pass hardcore net neutrality law: All ISPs in state must obey

US tech hotbed steps up with strictest traffic protections yet

Virgin Media's Brit biz broadband goes TITSUP: Total Inability To Support Upset People

Service knackered for several hours today

Ofcom gives six operators green light to bid for spectrum

Includes Hull-based Connexin and US subsidiary Airspan

US national security agency sniffs around Broadcom bid for Qualcomm – reports

No one expects the CFIUS! *Bless you*

Work continues on 5G, shame no one's sure what it's for yet

MWC18 But the new standard has at last found a home among verticals

Take SNAT, says Microsoft, to improve Azure load balancing

When too many cloudy ports are barely enough

Ohhhh-klahoma! Where Verizon's sweeping legacy down the drain

Trials virty radio with Nokia, Chipzilla

IPv6 and 5G will make life hell for spooks and cops say Australia's spooks and cops

Both make it harder to connect you to your connections

Why, why, Mr American Pai? FCC boss under increasing pressure in corporate favoritism row

Analysis Watchdog commish continues ringing alarm bell over Sinclair coziness

Smartphones to be inescapable, even at 40,000 feet

MWC18 Airbus, OneWeb partner up to bring airborne roaming to the masses

Mobile industry wants less regulation, mooooar radio spectrum

MWC18 Treat us like the OTT providers, beg operators

Cisco, Intel, Red Hat take aim at closed 5G radio systems

'Open vRAN' snugglefest includes India's Tech Mahindra and Reliance Jio

Facebook recruits Nokia to trial and standardise Terragraph wireless tech

Fibre to the pole, then Facebook's well-behaved wireless brings signal to the great unwired

UK's BT: Ofcom's wholesale superfast broadband price slash will hurt bottom line

Part of plans to boost country's woeful full-fibre investment

802.11ax Wi-Fi standard isn't ready, Qualcomm bakes chips anyway

Future Access points will tell clients when to sleep, then make a wake up call

Juniper sharpens knife for the carrier network and boxes white boxes

MWC Suddenly, everyone's using automation to beat back open networks

Fun fact: US Customs slaps eyeglass taxes on optical networking gear

Officials are overcharging us, complains comms slinger as it heads into court to scrap fees

America's broadband speed map is back! And it doesn't totally suck!

Now all we need is accurate info and prices

Mobile network O2 UK leaps into 5G test bed with Greenwich trial

First taste of 5G for consumers, but will it make any cash?

Arm emits designs to add iSIM tech to Internet of Stuff

I SIM, you SIM, we all SIM for iSIM

Putting the urgency in emergency: UK's delayed emergency services network review... delayed

These 'resets take time' says ex IBM head

Brexit to better bumpkin broadband, 4G coverage for farmers – Gove

Better mobile coverage in Kenya than parts of Kent

Q: Why did the Cisco cross the network? A: To automate what's on the other side

Switchzilla wants telcos to let it drive all their kit, regardless of who made it

US cable giant tries to wriggle out of 'crap ISP' legal battle now that net neutrality is dead

Hold it right there, Charter

Why is the networking business dozing through Meltdown/Spectre?

There may be some vulnerable cores in switches, but getting to them is hard

UK.gov calls on the Big Man – GOD – to boost rural broadband

Digi Sec decrees: Thou shalt put a mast on your spire to boost connectivity

Juniper's 2018 spring collection: Switches, security, and subs

Daaahlink! Cloud was so 2017. This year is about multicloud

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