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Entanet - UK Broadband ISPs that Fail to Adopt IPv6 Could be Negligent
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, July 27, 2009 - 10:14 AM
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Network operator Entanet UK has warned that many broadband ISPs could be missing a "competitive opportunity" by adopting a risky "wait and see" approach to IPv6 adoption. The group, which supplies several ISPs and is itself an early adopter of IPv6, said that some providers could perhaps be deemed "technically negligent" and risk "compromising network performance" by delaying.
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