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  • / Marketing

    F5 will use Quova for IP geolocation and payment security

    F5 Networks, a company which speeds web site page loads and content delivery, is working with IP geolocation provider Quova to offer its clients information about where visitors to its web sites are coming from to better identify high-risk customers.

    Posted 12/10/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    F5 Networks, a company which speeds web site page loads and content delivery, is working with IP geolocation provider Quova to offer its clients information about where visitors to its web sites are coming from to better identify high-risk customers.
  • Home Depot will focus on inventory status in its next design tweak

    / E-Retailers

    Home Depot will focus on inventory status in its next design tweak

    The modifications will launch Tuesday afternoon.

    Posted 01/07/2011Zak StamborPost a comment

    The modifications will launch Tuesday afternoon.

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  • / Technology

    Could the Internet soon run out of addresses? It seems likely, a study says

    Researchers have completed a census of the Internet and they report the existence of 2.8 billion IP addresses out of a possible universe of 4.3 billion. The research confirms that addresses are in danger of being used up in 2010, only three years away.

    Posted 10/10/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Researchers have completed a census of the Internet and they report the existence of 2.8 billion IP addresses out of a possible universe of 4.3 billion. The research confirms that addresses are in danger of being used up in 2010, only three years away.
  • / Technology

    New geolocation tool gives e-retailers more data to fight payment fraud

    A new IP geolocation tool from CyberSource identifies the type of Internet service used by buyers as well as their location by country, state and city, CyberSource says. The company has also launched a European debit card fraud prevention service.

    Posted 08/10/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A new IP geolocation tool from CyberSource identifies the type of Internet service used by buyers as well as their location by country, state and city, CyberSource says. The company has also launched a European debit card fraud prevention service.
  • The Power of Place

    The Power of Place

    Retailers employ geo-targeting to craft offers tied to weather, holidays and local prices.

    Posted 02/01/2012Thad RueterPost a comment

    Retailers employ geo-targeting to craft offers tied to weather, holidays and local prices.
  • Niche e-retailers, you have three years to line up new web addresses

    The ability to launch unique web addresses for serving niche markets is coming to a close because the Internet is running out of addresses, the Information Sciences Institute at the University of Southern California says. There are still more than 1 billion addresses available, but in three years they’ll be taken, the institute projects.

    Posted 10/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The ability to launch unique web addresses for serving niche markets is coming to a close because the Internet is running out of addresses, the Information Sciences Institute at the University of Southern California says. There are still more than 1 billion addresses available, but in three years…
  • When is a web user not a user?

    How many people are using the web? The answer often depends on who’s doing the measuring. A unique visitor measured by the web site itself relying on IP addresses may be a repeat visitor to a measuring service, which relies on consumer interviews. The Radiate Internet Roundtable is trying to sort out that confusion. Formed in the middle of last year, the Radiate Internet Roundtable has 19 high-profile members who will be meeting for the third...

    Posted 01/31/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    How many people are using the web? The answer often depends on who’s doing the measuring. A unique visitor measured by the web site itself relying on IP addresses may be a repeat visitor to a measuring service, which relies on consumer interviews. The Radiate Internet Roundtable is trying to sort…
  • / Press Release

    Quova Secures Major Technology Patent

    Comprehensive Endorsement of Innovative Technology Proven Vital to Internet Business MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 28, 2004 -- Quova, Inc., the world`s leading provider and developer of Web geography services and technologies, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has awarded Quova a comprehensive patent on its IP geolocation technology. Patent #6,684,250 validates 135 specific claims, including many algorithms,...

    Posted 01/29/2004

    Comprehensive Endorsement of Innovative Technology Proven Vital to Internet Business MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 28, 2004 -- Quova, Inc., the world`s leading provider and developer of Web geography services and technologies, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has…
  • / Press Release

    Digital Element’s IP Intelligence Delivers Targeting Capabilities to Interwoven’s LiveSite

    Interwoven Customers Can Further Segment and Target Site Visitors Based on Geography and Connection Type ATLANTA – (December 3, 2008) – Digital Element, the global leader in IP Intelligence and geotargeting technology, today announced its partnership agreement with Interwoven, Inc. (NASDAQ: IWOV), a global leader in content management solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, Digital Element provides its NetAcuity® IP Intelligence technology...

    Posted 12/03/2008

    Interwoven Customers Can Further Segment and Target Site Visitors Based on Geography and Connection Type ATLANTA – (December 3, 2008) – Digital Element, the global leader in IP Intelligence and geotargeting technology, today announced its partnership agreement with Interwoven, Inc. (NASDAQ:…
  • / Press Release

    Unallocated IPv4 Internet Addresses Soon to be Consumed

    Depletion of Network Addresses Spurs Calls for More Rapid Adoption of Newer IPv6 Protocol Marina del Rey, CA… January 19, 2010… The available pool of unallocated Internet addresses using the older IPv4 protocol has now dipped below the 10 percent mark. There are now just 24 address blocks (each block is about 16-million IP addresses) that ICANN has not yet allocated to the Regional Internet Registries around the world. ICANN, the Internet...

    Posted 01/20/2010

    Depletion of Network Addresses Spurs Calls for More Rapid Adoption of Newer IPv6 Protocol Marina del Rey, CA… January 19, 2010… The available pool of unallocated Internet addresses using the older IPv4 protocol has now dipped below the 10 percent mark. There are now just 24 address blocks (each…

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