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Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to explain the benefits of SDN and NFV is less than sixteen minutes. Brian Levy (CTO, Service Provider, EMEA) accepted the challenge and we recorded the results for you to watch. This blog outlines what he speaks about and also has a direct link to view the recording.


Is an IPv6 cloud CPE a security risk?

by Juniper Employee ‎08-05-2013 06:24 AM - edited ‎08-06-2013 12:08 AM

Marco Hogewoning from RIPE NCC published the results from the 2012 IPv6 CPE Survey and concluded with “The message is clear: there's now no excuse not to deploy IPv6”. I couldn’t agree more. Growing the subscriber base with limited IPv4 support requires some form of network address translation (NAT)  which therefore increases the cost and complexity of broadband networks. Some of BT’s Total Broadband Option 1 customers have quietly been introduced to CGNAT (IP address translation/sharing). But as Marco stated, “The real challenge comes now as people have to buy and install customer premise equipment (CPE) and replace the millions of devices that are already out there and which are fast becoming obsolete.” 


Will the recent publication of the UK Cyber Security Strategy automatically lead to a safer cyber space? Neil Pound takes a look at one proposal within the strategy - to pool information on threats and how to combat them. He concludes that the Strategy is heading in the right direction but there are cultural and competitive issues to overcome if it is to be successful.    


I believe intelligent ICT empowers the individual. That's why I welcome the recent statements that the Department of Health has made regarding medical apps and online consultations. In this blog, Neil Pound looks at where this might lead and suggests some conditions for success.


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