• Private undersea cable is growing networking trend; IoT drives IPv6

    This week in telecom news, potential Google undersea cable project underscores networking trend; the Internet of Things may drive IPv6 adoption.

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  • IPv4 to IPv6 conversion thwarted by ISP peering issues

    There aren't enough IPv6 users to report broken routing when ISP peering issues develop, so firms must track their website performance on their own.

    ITKE344,715 pointsBadges:
  • The Move Toward IPv6: Issues and Actions

    Experts believe that because of the address limitations of the current IPv4 protocol, the Internet is running out of space and we are headed for catastrophe. The solution is to deploy IPv6, a next-generation protocol more than three decades in the making that uses an address bit size four times...

    ITKE344,715 pointsBadges:
  • Is the Internet of Things speeding up the need for IPv6 deployment?

    Many new technologies are driving the need for IPv6 deployment, and the Internet of Things may be the biggest driver. IPv6 expert Ciprian Popoviciu explains why the Internet of Things is speeding up the need for enterprises to make the transition.

    SearchCloudProvider675 pointsBadges:
  • Has your organization changed its purchasing guidelines for IPv6 readiness?

    SearchCloudProvider675 pointsBadges:
  • Why you should update your IPv6 equipment purchasing policies now

    To make your network IPv6 equipment ready for the transition, these guidelines can help you update your purchasing policies to make sure you and your vendors are on the same page when it comes to IPv6 features.

    SearchCloudProvider675 pointsBadges:
  • Do providers gain any IPv6 benefits for their cloud infrastructure?

    If services providers want to improve their cloud services and build large-scale cloud infrastructures, they must look to IPv6. IPv6 expert Ciprian Popoviciu explains the IPv6 benefits that providers don't get with IPv4.

    SearchCloudProvider675 pointsBadges:
  • Will SDN ease the IPv6 transition?

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  • With SDN, IPv6 transition may not be so hard

    With SDN, IPv6 transition might be easier, since physical addresses will be managed through a controller and be part of a larger automated system.

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  • SDN blog roundup: Open source SDN; Facebook’s IPv6 data center

    This week, SDN bloggers discuss the desire for open source SDN among industry professionals and Facebook's quest to deploy an IPv6 data center.

    MMcNickle540 pointsBadges:

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