You are using IPv4 from
Main Headlines
New IPv6 Book "IPv6 for All"
Enable project releases Mobility publication
The Choice: IPv4 Exhaustion or Transition to IPv6
Consulintel: logos
Are you a...?
Keep informed, visit our
Tell us your thoughts
on IPv6 > POLL
Looking for an
IPv6 Task Force? >
Questions? > FAQS
000 members
032 guests
Not member yet?
Get "extras". Register
Search Bar Plug-in
Firefox      IE7
Other News
(May 08, 2013)
(May 08, 2013)
(May 05, 2013)
(May 05, 2013)
(May 05, 2013)
(May 05, 2013)
(May 05, 2013)
(Apr 29, 2013)
(Apr 29, 2013)
(Apr 29, 2013)
(Apr 29, 2013)
WSTA Event: The Future of the Internet
Posted by: Jordi on Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 12:20 PM
(3126 Reads) comments? Send this story to a friend Printer friendly page
IPv6, the next generation Internet Protocol, is entering its 17th year of existence. However, it is only now, with the exhaustion of the IANA IPv4 address resource pool, that IPv6 adoption has become a persistent global concern. While the business case is easy for a service provider in China, the argument for an enterprise in North America, big or small, is more elusive.
Complete info at KPBJ.