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IPv6: The Summer It Finally Happened
Posted by: Jordi on Sunday, August 19, 2012 - 10:43 PM
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A decade old guessing game finally came to an end during these 2012 summer months.

America was supposed to be hopelessly behind while Europe had not much to show after a decade of spending lavishly EU money on IPv6 related projects. China and Japan were thought to be light years ahead of everybody else. But in the end, it was the might of the American Content Industry that tipped the scales. They added the needed momentum to the US Federal procurement policies that got the supply side seriously moving over the last couple of years, including equipment, software and network service providers.

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