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  • Jingle protocol

    Jingle is a family of signaling protocols for initiating and managing peer-to-peer (P2P) media sessions over the Internet. 

  • session control protocol (SCP)

    Session control protocol (SCP) is a method of creating multiple light-duty connections from a single TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) connection. Several such lightweight connections can be active simultaneously....

  • Open Settlement Protocol (OSP)

    Open Settlement Protocol (OSP) is a client-server protocol that manages access control, accounting, usage data and inter-domain routing to make it easier for Internet service providers to support IP telephony.

  • Kyoto Protocol

    The Kyoto Protocol, also known as the Kyoto Accord, is an international treaty among industrialized nations that sets mandatory limits on greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Cisco LISP (Location Identifier Separation Protocol)

    LISP (Location Identifier Separation Protocol) is a routing and addressing architecture developed by Cisco Systems. LISP creates two addresses for each network node: one for its identity and another for its location in the network.

  • HP FlexFabric 12900: Standards-based support for TRILL protocol, SDN

    HP's FlexFabric 12900 series, offers 36 Tbps of capacity on top of standards-based support for the TRILL protocol and OpenFlow 1.3.

  • CloudTrust Protocol (CTP)

    The CloudTrust Protocol or CTP is a mechanism that helps cloud service customers request and retrieve standardized inquiries about cloud provider transparency.

  • Citrix turns NetScaler into a remote Cisco Nexus 7000 line card

    Using Cisco's RISE protocol, the Citrix NetScaler now functions as a remote Nexus 7000 line card, simplifying configuration and management.

  • Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI)

    Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) is a security feature that verifies address resolution protocol (ARP) requests and responses in a network.

  • VMware, Microsoft end encapsulation protocol turf war with GENEVE

    Microsoft, VMware, Intel and Red Hat have submitted the GENEVE encapsulation protocol to the IETF for network overlay standardization.

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