ipv4

Jelastic PaaS Cerebro 5.3 Launched with IPv6 Support

Jelastic, the advanced PaaS that simplifies complex cloud deployments and provides unique usage-only pricing, today announced the availability of version 5.3 (Cerebro), offering new features to suppor...

“DNSSEC Will Become a Standard Part of Any Offering Over time,” Dr. Burt Kaliski, Verisign

Change has been constant in almost every facet of life throughout the past, and technology industry is no exception. There is no uniformity in technology; it keeps on developing, improving, re-inventi...

GlobalSign Demonstrates new SSL Technology & Practices for Hosting Companies at WHD’13

 GlobalSign, one of the longest established Certification Authorities (CA) and specialists in SSL Partner Programs, today announced its most recent initiatives as part of its big picture strategy to b...

GlobalSign Honored as Gold Winner at 9th Annual 2013 Security Industry’s Global Excellence Award

BOSTON, MA –  GlobalSign, the enterprise SaaS-based Certificate Authority (CA), announced today that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and ...

GlobalSign is First Certificate Authority to Provide Revocation Status Services Over IPv6

Boston, MA –   GlobalSign , the enterprise SaaS Certificate Authority (CA), today  announced that it is the first Certificate Authority to provide all Certificate revocations status services over IPv6...

GlobalSign Enables Hosting of Multiple SSL Certificates on a Single IP

GlobalSign , one of the longest established Certification Authorities (CA) and leading providers of online security solutions, today announced the launch of a new solution to help companies overcome I...

Europe Facing Exhaustion of IP Addresses

Europe has begun implementing stricter restraints for companies looking to use IPv4 addresses as it has almost exhausted its stock of old-style internet addresses. Ripe NCC that hands out addresses to...

Internet to deploy IPv6 from June 6,2012

DAILYHOSTNEWS, 21 January 2012- The world of internet is all set to run with the next generation IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6). As the current Internet Protocol (IPv4) is running out of address, ...

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