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What is holding you back from being IPv6 capable?

IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is very important for the long-term health of the internet as it will provide us with a significantly larger pool of IP addresses. Currently we have around 4.3billion IPv4 addresses (or 4,294,967,296 to be precise) which may sound a lot, but we have more than 7 billion people in the world.
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IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is very important for the long-term health of the internet as it will provide us with a significantly larger pool of IP addresses. Currently we have around 4.3billion IPv4 addresses (or 4,294,967,296 to be precise) which may sound a lot, but we have more than 7 billion people in the world. IPv6 will offer us 7.9×1028 […]

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Network Security – A top down approach

The Product
Every so often I see interesting new products from network and security vendors which provide innovative answers to particular security issues. Then I consider how an organisation would procure and deploy these new solutions, given the existing range of security products from multiple vendors and a certain degree of product overlap.
There are plenty of point products around and a […] Read more…

The Product Every so often I see interesting new products from network and security vendors which provide innovative answers to particular security issues. Then I consider how an organisation would procure and deploy these new solutions, given the existing range of security products from multiple vendors and a certain degree of product overlap. There are plenty of point products around and a […]

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ProLabs transceivers backed by Compatibility Guarantee

ProLabs transceivers are compatible with over 50 OEM vendors and come with a Compatibility Guarantee ensuring you know your transceivers will work with your systems.
ProLabs conducts regular testing on their transceivers according to the latest IOS/software releases. They are designed and tested to conform to the Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) standard in accordance with physical dimensions, voltages, and lasers power (db […] Read more…

ProLabs transceivers are compatible with over 50 OEM vendors and come with a Compatibility Guarantee ensuring you know your transceivers will work with your systems. ProLabs conducts regular testing on their transceivers according to the latest IOS/software releases. They are designed and tested to conform to the Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) standard in accordance with physical dimensions, voltages, and lasers power (db […]

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Hardware Group hosts SRX Customer Bootcamp

Hardware Group hosts SRX Customer Bootcamp

Juniper Networks’ UK Elite Partner, Hardware Group hosted and delivered a SRX Customer Bootcamp at its headquarters in Kemble last week. Simon Page, Networking & Security Vendor Manager, opened the discussions by introducing Juniper Network’s security strategy, featuring the much anticipated next generation SRX series firewall and Sky Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) solution. Presentations from Juniper and Hardware Group explained the […]

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Juniper Networks enhances security portfolio

SRX series

Juniper Networks has launched its new range of advanced SRX Series Services Gateways. Delivering high performance, automation and scale, the SRX Series is supported by cloud-based Sky ATP for advanced anti-malware and zero-day threat protection, as well as the new Junos Space Security Director offering intuitive and centralised management. Faced with an ever-changing threat landscape, it is increasingly difficult to identify […]

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Listen to the Zombieland rules – Remember the little things

Deploying a new network is a big deal. There’s a lot to think about and a lot to plan. With networking, security and compute holding such high priority, it can be easy to forget some of the smaller elements that make the difference between a mediocre network and a highly successful one.
Everyone knows the human body would not be able […] Read more…

Deploying a new network is a big deal. There’s a lot to think about and a lot to plan. With networking, security and compute holding such high priority, it can be easy to forget some of the smaller elements that make the difference between a mediocre network and a highly successful one. Everyone knows the human body would not be able […]

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