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Worth Reading: Testing open access radio technology

17 October 2019

Vodafone is testing innovative open access radio technology in Britain – a first for Europe – in a move that could break the grip Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia hold on the telco equipment market. —Paul Sandle

Worth Reading: For better protected data, add a dose of healthy skepticism

17 October 2019

Data protection is the ultimate cybersecurity endgame. For this reason, it’s near the top of the agenda in any security team meeting. —Laurence Pitt

Worth Watching: A short history of TCP and BBR

16 October 2019

Geoff Huston, APNIC’s Chief Scientist, breaks down how TCP and BBR work to show the advantages and disadvantages of both.

Worth Reading: What’s behind technological hype?

16 October 2019

The percentage of start-up companies in the United States that are profitable at the time of their initial public stock offering has dropped to levels not seen since the 1990s dotcom stock market bubble. —Jeffrey Funk

Worth Reading:L Market uses for CBRS spectrum

15 October 2019

I’ve been writing for a while about the crisis faced by cellular network. In urban areas they are seeing broadband usage double almost every two years and keeping up with that growth is a huge challenge. —Doug Dawson

Worth Reading: The challenges of deepening storage hierarchies

15 October 2019

In the good old days, you stored files on hard disk or magnetic tape. And given the huge disparity between price and performance between those two media, it was pretty obvious which of your files went where. —Michael Feldman

Worth Reading: Dark Traffic

14 October 2019

The Internet’s dark traffic experiments are nowhere near so momentous, and refer to a simple experiment: if you were to announce some IP address prefix into the inter-domain routing space, and set up a host to record every packet that arrived destined to addresses within this announced address prefix what would you see? —Geoff Huston

Worht Reading: Not so fast on WiFi6

14 October 2019

There has been a lot of publicity lately about WiFi6 obviously and even more visibility when the WiFi6 certification was announced September 16. So now we officially have WiFi6 and we can move on. NOT SO FAST. —WirelessNick

Worth Reading: Don’t leave home without these curves

10 October 2019

Here we are going to discuss three very important curves, and also how they are confused with each other—straight lines, exponential curves, and S-curves. —Jonathan Bartlett

Worth Reading: WeWork is a symptom

10 October 2019

The spectacular blow-up of the proposed public offering of WeWork’s parent company We Co. shows that the public markets are savvier than private investors about buying into the hype of high-value, high-risk unicorn companies masquerading as tech companies. —Therese Poletti

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