- ARCHIVE / September, 2006
- Iran to Renew ITU Membership for 2007
Iran is conferring to renew its membership in the Council of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for 2007, said deputy communication and information technology (CTI) minister for education on Tuesday. Iran has already been the member of the ITU Council in 2002-2006 period, Kamal Mohamedpur said, noting, it is planning to renew its membership in [...]
- W3C Announces Roadmap for WAI-ARIA
Today, W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) introduces a suite of documents that will make it easier for Web site developers to make dynamic Web content usable to people with disabilities. The First Public Working Drafts of the Accessible Rich Internet Application suite include the WAI-ARIA Roadmap, WAI-ARIA Roles, and WAI-ARIA States and Properties.
- IEEE Works on 100-Gbit Ethernet
Yesterday, an IEEE study group met for the first time to explore the possibility of a standard for 100Gbit/s Ethernet. The technology, if it moves forward, has a wide range of possible markets and technical approaches.
- Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the TCP/IP Internet standards
It was 25 years ago this month that IP and TCP were formally standardized by the publication of RFC 791 and RFC 793. “Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn are widely credited with the design of TCP/IP, and many others involved in the ARPANET project made significant contributions,” says the Internet Society. “The core of the [...]
- IDF: NetEffect to Demonstrate High-Performance, OpenFabrics Ethernet Solution
NetEffect, a vendor of next generation Ethernet connectivity solutions, today announced they will showcase their 10Gb iWARP Ethernet channel adapter (ECA) at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) to demonstrate Ethernet support for the OpenFabrics software. NetEffect’s NE010e will be featured as part of a demonstration, where Intel’s MPI will be running over OpenFabrics’ uDAPL interface, [...]