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Isode is 15 years old

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Fifteen years ago, six of us started the current Isode company. We’ve had quite an adventure and this seems an appropriate time to step back and reflect. I founded the original Isode organization 25 years ago and we focussed on the M-Vault Directory and M-Switch SMTP/X.400 products (which had different names then). Isode became a [...]

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Upgrading from R15.1

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Isode provides full support for Major and Minor releases of Isode’s server products, management tools and APIs for five years from the date of release. As of the end of November 2016, R15.1 came off of full support. Release Notes for fully supported releases (currently R15.2, R16.0, R16.2 and R16.3) provide instructions for upgrading from R15.1. [...]

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Reporting from the Nordic HF Conference – New HF ALE (Automatic Link Establishment)

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Isode CEO, Steve Kille, is attending, presenting at and reporting from the Nordic HF Conference (HF 16) on the island of Faro, Sweden. Professor Eric Johnson led Wednesday morning’s session with an excellent presentation on new ALE work, called 4G ALE or Wideband ALE (Wideband ALE – The next generation of HF). This was followed [...]

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Reporting from the Nordic HF Conference – Wide Band HF

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Isode CEO, Steve Kille, is attending, presenting at and reporting from the Nordic HF Conference (HF 16) on the island of Faro, Sweden. WBHF is a key new development, and there were two good papers at Nordic HF on measurements during Session 2 on Monday. Vivianne Jodalen, Terje Mikal Mjelde and William M. Batts reported [...]

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Swift 4.0 (Beta): What’s new

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Those of you keeping an eye on the Swift or Isode Twitter accounts will have noticed that a beta release of the new Swift 4.0 is now available for download from the Swift website . Swift 4.0 includes a number of important functional changes compared to Swift 3.0 as well as a significant change to [...]

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