The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL), famous for it’s voice-over-IP, IMS and network technology plugfests and other proving-ground work, this week became the first third-party testing facility for Energy Efficient Ethernet.
New Hampshire tech startups have a new booster, with the official launch Wednesday of the New Hampshire Innovation Commercialization Center, a startup accelerator located at Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth and closely aligned with the University of New Hampshire.
The UNH-IOL Power over Ethernet consortium has released two of its latest test suites. Both Clause 33 PSE Data Link Layer Classification Test Suite and Clause 33 PD Data Link Layer Classification Test Suite are now available for testing. These test suites have been developed to help implementers evaluate the functionality of their IEEE Std 802.3at™-2009 based products.
UNH-IOL will participate in the first ever MIPI Alliance Open Session. The session will allow Mobile Professionals to discuss the latest breakthroughs in Mobile Interface technologies. David Woolf from UNH-IOL will discuss UNH-IOL's role in the interop and conformance test efforts within MIPI Alliance.
Date: June 16, 2010
Time: 1:00-5:30 pm PDT
Place: Marriott San Diego Mission Valley, San Diego, CA, USA
This year was the third year of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit and each year the event has grown in size and quality. This year over 260 attendees learned about the latest developments in IPv6 adoption from the industry's leading IPv6 experts. The event drew a wide range of audience members and the sponsors provided information on their IPv6-capable products and services. This event turned out to be the largest IPv6 event in North America.
The UNH-IOL has launched an industry calendar to help members and visitors to our site learn what upcoming meetings, conferences, and events are occurring in the data communications and storage industries.
AVnu Alliance™—an industry forum dedicated to promoting the adoption of the IEEE 802.1 AVB (Audio Video Bridging) standards and the related IEEE 1722 and 1733 for professional A/V, automotive and consumer applications—recently hosted its second plugfest and added five new members. With these latest developments, the AVnu Alliance continues to expand the adoption of the non-proprietary AVB standards and advance interoperability among AVB-enabled networked products.
"The 11th FSAN - GPON Test Event, normally only open to FSAN members is now open to Broadband Forum GPON system integrator members as well. Hosted by the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory's (UNH-IOL) GPON Consortium the week of June 21, 2010, this event is an opportunity for all GPON system integrators (manufacturers of ONTs and OLTs) to test the interoperability of their implementation(s)."
A decade ago, organizations went through a massive overhaul of their IT infrastructure in an effort to prevent the massive outages anticipated with Y2K. Now they need to decide whether a similar investment will be needed again. Publicly routable IPv4 address allocations are going to reach exhaustion in the next two years, if the projections from the Number Resource Organization (NRO) are to be believed. Soon after that, finding IPv4 addressing won't be easy.
NORTH ANDOVER, MA (April 13, 2010) - The SIP Forum has announced that its next SIP Interoperability Testing event, SIPit 26, will be held May 17-21, 2010 in Kista, Sweden. The event will be hosted by Edvina and TANDBERG, and sponsored by Intertex, Ingate, .se, and the IPv6 Forum as an association sponsor.