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Purpose – IPv6 is the replacement for the Internet’s incumbent protocol, IPv4. IPv6 adoption is required to allow the Internet to continue to grow; however, there has been almost no uptake since its standardisation in the late 1990s. This paper seeks to explain how this non-adoption may be a...
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IPv6 is an inevitable upgrade to Internet Protocol (IP), the underlying protocol uponwhich the Internet is based, and solves many problems with the existing technologyincluding limited address space, performance and security. Although IPv6 has beensupported by products from major vendors for...
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Structured cabling is the network infrastructure embedded within a building's structure, typically within ceilings, walls, and risers between floors. Installation of such infrastructure is costly and disruptive; thus, installing appropriate cable types is especially important. Structured cable...
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Organisations may find themselves having to replace cabling after a relatively short period if subsequent communications technologies do not operate over the installed media, resulting in costly disruption. Difficulties predicting which media will be dominant in the future are exacerbated...
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