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First IPv6 summit woos enterprise IT
Posted by: Jordi on Tuesday, October 11, 2005 - 05:44 PM
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Australia's inaugural IPv6 summit in Canberra later this month will convey the message that next-generation networking technology is relevant to the wider enterprise and not just service providers and research organizations.

Paul Davis, CEO of GrangeNet, Australia's first native IPv6 network said the summit is "absolutely relevant" to enterprise IT staff as the industry is heading into a new paradigm of networking.

Complete info at ComputerWorld and ARN Net.