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IPv6 16 June 2014

Attending the Big Telecom Event This Week? Talk to Us!

Where are the telecom giants on their paths to full IPv6 adoption? This week (on 17-18 June) we’ll be at the Big Telecom Event in Chicago trying to answer that question.

We’ll have booth PP503 in the ‘demo space,’ so I hope you’ll stop by and say hello. We’ll be talking to attendees about the Internet Society and its technical programs and about technologies that are important for the future health and growth of the Internet, including my favorite topic, IPv6.

We’ve just celebrated the two year “Launchiversary” of World IPv6 Launch, LACNIC has become the third of five Regional Internet Registries to run out of IPv4 address space, and more and more organizations are publicly calling for more IPv6 deployment. We hope that this event brings together telecom companies of all sizes and in all phases of their own deployments for real discussion about the best path forward – for the telecom companies and the millions of users they support.

We hope to see you there.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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