Unlike the latest Kanye West album, 6WIND vRouter downloads were made available last week without controversy or delays. Also unlike Yeezy’s latest, 6WIND vRouter is available for free evaluation download, directly from our website.
Some early comments we’ve received from people that have already downloaded the evaluation:
“I can’t believe I didn’t know about this earlier?”
“I heard about this, great it’s free to try right now.”
“When do we eat?”
From The Desk Of The CTO:
Intel® Approved This Blog–Read It Before They Change Their Minds
Any individual–or organization–that has had to interface with a larger group of professionals to obtain an outcome knows how tricky it can be to navigate approvals to get content published. It is always an interesting mix of egos and personalities that needs to be navigated…and we’re just talking about the lunch order!
Read the latest blog post from our CTO. It’s got everything: Mystery and intrigue, VPN concentrators, and strategies for 6WIND and Intel to fix everything in your infrastructure.
If you have any interest in advanced networking, this post is for you. Even if you don’t, it will be the most informative 15 minutes of your day, unless you are a fast reader in which case you should spend some extra time looking at the pictures.
This Week In Networking History
October 29, 1969
UCLA student Charley Kline attempts to transmit the text “login” to a computer at the Stanford Research Institute over the first link on the ARPANET, which was the precursor to the modern Internet. After the letters “l” and “o” are sent the system crashed, making the first message ever sent on the Internet “lo”. About an hour later, after recovering from the crash, the full text of “login” is successfully sent.