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There’s a fascinating exchange of views over at Ars Technica on the question of “Should there be a free market for IPv4 addresses?” Or, to put it another way:
If you are a network geek (like me) who likes to understand how networks are put together, there’s a great Internet-Draft out about how IPv6 works in 3GPP mobile networks such as EPS and LTE. The draft is at:
Network World is out today with a report on a survey that they are headlining “Most IT pros say their websites, networks will support IPv6 by 2013“. The survey article and accompanying slide set do indeed have some fantastic numbers …
How will IPv6 impact telecommunications? Out at eComm 2011 two weeks ago I gave a talk titled “How IPv6 Will Kill Telecom – And What We Need To Do About It” and while the video won’t be online for some …
If you’re looking for a humorous way to start off your Tuesday morning, here’s a video created using XtraNormal that someone shared in the IPv6 Enthusiasts group on LinkedIn:
So after all the buzz about “World IPv6 Day” on June 8th, how did the day turn out?
And so begins World IPv6 Day… technically it was to start at 00:00 UTC … which was 2 hours 40 minutes ago as I write this at 10:40pm US Eastern time.
“World IPv6 Day” is tomorrow, June 8, 2011. Are you ready to participate?
How does IPv6 impact communications applications? How does it affect the SIP protocol? What do you need to think about with regard to real-time communication over IPv6?
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