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24 March 2017, 16:03:24 by snadge | Views: 29 | Comments: 0


ETH010/17 Dark Fibre Access (DFA) to be available in deregulated market areas

Ethernet Communications Providers (CPs)
To inform Ethernet CPs of an important portfolio policy decision on Dark Fibre Access (DFA) availability in deregulated areas in the UK.
We’ve published a briefing for Communications Providers (CPs) relating to Dark Fibre Access (DFA) availability.
Click here to read the full br
24 March 2017, 15:56:36 by snadge | Views: 19 | Comments: 0


Search giant Google and security firm Symantec have clashed over the way websites are kept secure.
Google claims Symantec has done a poor job of using standard tools, called certificates, that check the identity of thousands of websites.
It will change its Chrome browser to stop recognising some Symantec certificates, causing problems for people who visit sites using them.
Symantec said Google's
23 March 2017, 03:20:12 by snadge | Views: 34 | Comments: 2


ARM is today touting a new way of organizing processor chips – one that will squeeze accelerators designed for AI and such tasks into phones, PCs, cars, and so on.

This layout, dubbed DynamIQ, builds on the Brit processor designer's big.LITTLE architecture that's been around since 2011. Big.LITTLE works by hooking a set of lightweight ARM cores to a set of beefier and more energy-sucking cores, so t
22 March 2017, 23:53:46 by snadge | Views: 34 | Comments: 0


Google has released the developer preview for the next version of its operating system (OS), Android O (which will eventually get a sweet-themed name to follow Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat). The new OS includes a suite of small improvements – and a few large ones – that will make life easier for Android users everywhere.

The most significant is a new approach to dealing with apps running in the
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