Curaçao, May 2010 Continuing with the effort for the development and the stability of the Internet in Latin America and the Caribbean, LACNIC jointly with AHTIC, signed today an agreement which will allow the installation in Haiti of an anycast copy in the Caribbean of a F Root Server.
This important event took place during LACNIC's annual meeting, LACNIC XIII, which is being held at this moment at Curaçao, where Raul Echeberria, LACNIC's Executive Director and Paul Vixie, President of ISC, and Reynold Guerrier in representation of AHTIC signed the agreement.
Redwood City, CA – April 23, 2010. Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) announces the much anticipated release of BIND 9.7, designed to make DNSSEC easier to implement and use.
DNSSEC extends standard DNS to prove data came from an official source and has not been modified. DNSSEC is not a secure tunnel; instead, it adds resource records and message header bits which can be used to verify that the requested data matches the original data, and has not been altered in transit.
AFTR software officially made public to the Internet community
Philadelphia, PA and Redwood City, CA – March 18, 2010. Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA, CMCSK) and Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) announced today the release of open source software that will help facilitate the industry’s transition to IPv6, the global numbering system essential to the continued growth of the Internet.
Comcast and Internet Systems Consortium announced on Thursday the availability of open source software that will help carriers and enterprises migrate to IPv6, the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol.
At this year's CeBIT IT trade show in Hannover, The H spoke with BIND 10 Programme Manager Shane Kerr about the next version of BIND, the most widely used Domain Name System (DNS) server on the Internet. Like BIND 9, BIND 10 is a complete re-design and re-write of the previous version. Development on the BIND 10 project officially began on the 1st of April, 2009.
In response to concerns expressed to ISC both directly and within the article "Roll over and Die " published earlier this week, we at ISC would like to share with the community our plans to mitigate this issue.
SOMERSET, NJ and SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- AEP Networks, a leader in secure communications and networking, today announced the opening of its newest office location in California. Currently, the company is headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, and has additional offices in Australia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Ascot and Hemel Hempstead, U.K. Located in Santa Clara, the new Bay Area location will provide a West coast presence due to the success and growth the company has achieved throughout the western half of the United States.
Redwood City, CA - Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and NaMeX today announced a partnership establishing NaMeX’s Rome location as the primary European site for ISC’s BIND and DHCP training courses. The first series of classes begins October 12th.