Name Collisions at WPNC
Interisle partner Colin Strutt has been invited to present at the
Workshop and Prize on Root Causes and Mitigation of Name Collisions (WPNC) 8–10 March 2014
in London. The title of his talk is
"Looking at corp.com as a proxy for .corp"
where he presents results of analyzing name collisions in DNS queries to corp.com and suggests approaches for ISPs and similar organizations to prepare
to support users before and after delegation of new gTLDs.
Streaming Video and the Internet
Video now constitutes as much as half of consumer Internet traffic, and is growing rapidly. This puts pressure on ISPs,
leading to peering disputes and other issues with the video providers, notably Netflix.
Interisle partner Fred Goldstein explores why streaming video is not just another application in his article
"Streaming Video Isn't Playing Nice With the Internet".
Why the Internet is, by Definition, Ungovernable
Following on from his presentation "Internet by Definition" at the e-Conference
"Is There A Third Way For The Internet: Neither The US Nor The UN But Independence?", Interisle partner Fred Goldstein
expanded this into an article on the subject,
the Internet is, by Definition, Ungovernable".
Name Collisions at Domain pulse
Interisle partner Colin Strutt has been invited to present at
Domain pulse 2014 (being held 20–21 February 2014 in Salzburg, Austria) on the results of the
Collision Study that Interisle conducted for ICANN.
Internet by Definition
On November 12, Interisle partner Fred Goldstein was a panelist in the e-Conference
A Third Way For The Internet: Neither The US Nor The UN But Independence?",
sponsored by the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) of the Columbia University
His presentation "Internet by Definition" (which begins around 1:07:50) explained why the Internet, as a set of voluntary
agreements, cannot actually be governed, though its participants may trust coordination
functions, which are essentially consultative.
Interisle's DNS Name Collision Report Posted
Interisle's report on Name Collision
in the DNS has been posted by ICANN.
Interisle provided input to the FCC
Interisle partner Fred Goldstein has filed these Comments
with the FCC in the recent docket concerning whether, or how, non-carrier Interconnected Voice over IP service providers
should have direct access to telephone numbers. He points out how some of the suggested methods
could have a destabilizing effect on the public switched telephone network.