Nvidia launches GeForce Now router recommendations
Specific QoS profile pre-loaded.
Huawei CFO arrested in Canada
Allegations of Iran embargo evasion.
Qualcomm launches 10Gb/s mmWave Wi-Fi parts
Promises low-lag wireless VR.
'Dragonblood' cracks passwords.
So long, 802.11ax.
Shareholders urged to accept.
Only Virgin escapes.
By 2033, anyway.
Stops short of outing Athena
Has others in the wings, too.
Bridgwater facility closed.
192-bit suite only for 'Enterprise' users.
Promises cross-vendor compatibility.
Companies can carry on as normal.
Still targeting a 2020 deadline.
Even as 400GbE becomes official.
65 percent capacity boost, it claims.
FTTP only, please.
Plans a total of 12,000.
Not abandoning Gfast, though.
Aims to 'connect the other half'.
Offers a 100Mb/s minimum guarantee, too.
Adds per-client cryptography capabilities.
Rejects BT's voluntary approach.
Will enforce the use of peak-time medians, instead.
May 8 2019 | 13:30
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