Worth Reading: The Chip Wars of the 21st Century

Controlling advanced chip manufacturing in the 21st century may well prove to be like controlling the oil supply in the 20th. —Steve Blank

Worth Reading: The seven deceptions of microservice

Microservices have become ubiquitous in the architecture of modern tech companies – large and small. —Scott Rogowski

Worth Reading: High-speed Wi-Fi 6 is here

Speed is key with Wi-Fi, and the category has certainly been moving fast as of late. —Ry Crist

Worth Reading: Plundering of crypto keys from ultrasecure SGX sends Intel scrambling again

On Tuesday, two separate academic teams disclosed two new and distinctive exploits that pierce Intel’s Software Guard eXtension, by far the most sensitive region of the company’s processors. —Dan Goodin

Worth Reading: uCPE – What’s Next?

2020 is still expected to be the year when universal CPE (uCPE) deployments move well beyond the early adopters. Several leading service providers have announced new, or enhanced, uCPE solutions during the last 6 to 8 months, and many others have been working on solutions. —Simon Stanley

Worth Reading: IPv6 Adoption Statistics

In 2018, we compared the per country IPv6 adoption statistics as measured by Facebook and APNIC. —Rene Wilhelm

Worth Reading: The Problem with Artificial Intelligence in Security

If you believed everything you read, artificial intelligence (AI) is the savior of cybersecurity. —Dr. Leila Powell

Worth Reading: Cybercrime is Mostly Boring

But new research suggests that as cybercrime has become dominated by pay-for-service offerings, the vast majority of day-to-day activity needed to support these enterprises is in fact mind-numbingly boring and tedious, and that highlighting this reality may be a far more effective way to combat cybercrime and steer offenders toward a better path.

Worth Reading: Overcoming the challenges of IPv6 support in BIND

Over the past 20 years, Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and the BIND development team have worked hard to enable the deployment of IPv6 on the Internet. —Mark Andrews

Worth Reading: Can packet change its spots?

In my previous blog I discussed how packet enabled services and applications have evolved to touch every element of our lives. However, I believe we are just at the start of a packet enabled revolution with changes so profound, it will result in the widespread societal transformation that characterizes an industrial revolution. —David Stokes