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IPv6 Market Takes Off
Posted by: Jordi on Wednesday, July 12, 2006 - 03:41 PM
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The Korean government has decided to kick off the second phase of the IPv6 pilot project in the second half of this year, aiming to increase the number of IPv6 address users to 100,000 as a part of a full switch to the next-generation Internet address system by 2010.

The country's largest Internet service provider KT has also unveiled a plan to build IPv6-enabled access and backbone networks beginning in 2008. Leading IPv6 equipment vendors are also rushing to team up with multinational firms to join international interoperability tests, aiming to expand into overseas markets such as the United States and Japan.

Complete info at ET News.