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NTAF Annual Members Meeting

By Todd Law, NTAF President, Spirent Communications Last month, NTAF members got together for their annual face-to-face meeting.  This year, the meeting was held in Richardson, Texas, hosted at the offices of Verizon, NTAF member and founder.  Representatives were present from … Continue reading

Legal Issues with APIs

Todd Law – NTAF President The world of APIs has suddenly been thrown back into legal  limbo. Three years ago, it looked like the legal uncertainty around APIs had been settled.  Two major legal disputes had run their course, one … Continue reading

Testing IoT

IoT, or Internet of Things, is a broad topic, with many application areas that will each have different priorities.  To put things in perspective, I talked to Ken Van Orman, Senior Product Manager at Spirent Communications, to get his take … Continue reading

Re-definition of broadband

By Ameya Barve, NTAF Marketing Chair, Spirent Communications The FCC recently changed the definition of “broadband” as we know it. It raised the minimum download speeds needed from 4Mbps to 25Mbps, and the minimum upload speed from 1Mbps to 3Mbps. … Continue reading

Eclipse Titan received release approval from the Eclipse Foundation

By Elemer Lelik, Ericsson Eclipse Titan is a fully-featured test development and execution environment based on the ETSI-standard TTCN-3 language. In the last 15 or so years, Titan and TTCN-3 have been used in testing of hundreds of types of … Continue reading

Netscout Joins NTAF!

By Todd Law, NTAF President, Spirent Communications NTAF is pleased to announce that Netscout Systems has joined NTAF as a full member, becoming NTAF’s 12th member overall.  Here are some basic facts about Netscout in 2014: Headquartered in Westford, Massachusetts … Continue reading

Net Neutrality

Net neutrality has been debated for many years now, but recently came into focus last week when the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled to classify broadband as a Title II service, meaning it is classified as an “information … Continue reading

2014 was a great year for NTAF, and we are expecting ever bigger things from 2015!

Happy New Year! 2014 was a great year for NTAF, and we are expecting ever bigger things from 2015. Here’s a quick recap of some of the exciting events from last year: UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE’S INTEROPERABILITY LAB JOINS NTAF … Continue reading

NTAF Releases 2 New Specifications

NTAF is proud to announce the official release of two new specifications. Both specs were successfully voted out of their respective working groups, NTAF’s technical committee, and NTAF as a whole, in November 2014. The first new spec comes from … Continue reading

NTAF Annual Members Meeting – John Sanchez, Verizon

This was my first Face to Face Meeting with the NTAF team. In attendance this year were Cisco, Google, Spirent, Juniper, Ericsson, Brocade, and Verizon. The team is comprised of technical experts in networking and development. The NTAF team is … Continue reading