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24 million IPv4 addresses still available in Canada, US

Day of reckoning still looms but network operators will still be allocating IPv4 addresses for quite some time, says experts

Disband the ITU’s IPv6 Group, says expert

So few organizations have adopted IPv6 that government's shouldn't be pushing the protocol, argues a former ITU member. Besides, he says, there's a simpler alternate protocol available

Mitel ships phone call controller for virtual servers

Virtual Mitel Communications Director lets administrators route calls using Internet Protocol on Intel Xeon Nehalem servers running VMWare Inc.

Vancouver 2010 to run entirely on Bell IP network

The upcoming 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver will run on a 285-km fibre optic network built by Bell Canada, connecting the Games

Nokia, Avaya, Siemens moving in on Nortel?

Nortel denies rumours of auction of company enterprise units. But reports says competitors are vying for the troubled Canadian company's CDMA, LTE and VoIP businesses

IBM, Nortel to team up

Nortel Networks Corp has entered into an agreement with IBM Corp. to jointly develop networking products for the telecommunications industry. The agreement, signed last month, will initially focus on the development of carrier-grade servers for communications providers that will be based on IBM

Wanadoo Belgium sold to Tiscali

Wanadoo SA, the Internet arm of France Telecom SA (FT), has sold its Belgium subsidiary to pan-European Internet service provider (ISP) Tiscali SpA, in a move that reflects FT's strategy of focusing on key markets in which it is a major player.

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