Open standards for radio networks 🤔 … ‘3 steps forward, and less than ⅛ back’ 📶
Your wireless carrier is usually beholden to using proprietary cellular network tech from the likes of Ericsson or Nokia, but there may soon be a more universal technology that could benefit your bank account. Vodafone has started the first European tests (specifically, the UK) for OpenRAN, an Intel co-developed open access radio system that harmonizes hardware and software in cellular infrastructure. It doesn’t sound exciting, but it effectively opens the door to lower-cost cell networks — and that, in turn, could lower the costs of your calls and data.
Have you tried disabling your IPv6 yet?
Not an impressive sentence… If that is the current status of networking at Ubisoft. 😐
We currently have around 1.91 million IPv4 addresses remaining in our available pool. We expect to reach the end of this pool in the next few months, before the end of 2019. The exact date is not possible to predict as this depends on the rate at which new members/additional LIR accounts are opened.
Really a gift to every gamer and/or office workers hands when feeling chilly!