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Arizona Speeds Up Sun Corridor Network Connections to Internet2

Arizona's high-speed research and education network, Sun Corridor Network , now offers two 100 gigabit per second connections to the nationwide R&E network, Internet2.

Saisei Intros Net Neutrality in a Box

Saisei, a company that develops network analysis and control software, has introduced Net-Neutrality-in-a-Virtual-Box, a simplified version of its FlowCommand network performance enforcement software.

Aerohive Updates HiveManager with Simplified On-Boarding, Improved User Experience

Aerohive Networks has released a new version of its cloud-enabled network management system, HiveManager Next Generation.

NYU Wireless Adds New Partner for 5G Wireless Research

NYU Wireless, New York University's multidisciplinary academic research center for wireless networking theories and techniques, has partnered with SiBEAM, a developer of intelligent millimeter-wave technologies for wireless communications, to advance research in 5G wireless technologies.

NYU Wireless Expands Industry Ranks, Pursues 5G

An academic research center at New York University focused on next-generation wireless has welcomed its 12th industrial partner.

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Internet2: Building a Community for Innovation

It takes a community to innovate — CT talked with Florence Hudson about her new role as Internet2's senior VP and chief innovation officer.

Mersive Intros All-in-One Wireless Media Streaming Device

Mersive today introduced the Solstice Pod, a wireless media streaming device for video collaboration.

Carnegie Mellon To Save $2 Million Annually from IBM Smart Building Initiative

Carnegie Mellon University expects to save about 10 percent on utilities costs -- nearly $2 million annually -- by installing a smart building system in 36 facilities on its Pittsburgh campus.

Fast, Fair and Open: FCC Proclaims Internet a Utility

The Federal Communications Commission today chose to keep the Internet open. In a three-two vote split down party lines, the FCC officially reclassified broadband Internet as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Communications Act.

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The Web's About To Get Faster

Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 2 is, at long last, a done deal.