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Special IPv6 report | The promise of opportunities
Posted by: Jordi on Wednesday, February 13, 2008 - 11:36 PM
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Seconds count when it comes to warning people about an earthquake. Just a few moments can be the difference between being at risk in a dangerous area or making it to a safe shelter. NTT America developed an IPv6 Internet-based Earthquake Early Warning System that warns people in Japan of imminent earthquakes. Similar to the U.S. Emergency Alert System, it alerts people via fixed, mobile and wireless IPv6-enabled devices. It tells users what the scale of the earthquake will be and when it will strike.
Complete info at Washington Technology.