Deploy360 2 February 2015

Two Great Articles In ArsTechnica And Light Reading About ION Conferences, IPv6, DNSSEC

By Dan YorkDirector, Internet Technology

Ars Technica articleWe were pleased to see two great articles out today about our ION Conferences and our efforts to accelerate the deployment of IPv6 and DNSSEC.  The articles followed on our news release about the 2015 ION conferences and were:


Both articles do a great job of explaining what we’re trying to do.  I enjoyed that both writers liked the “broccoli” angle. Here was  Carol Wilson:

“It’s a little like getting people to eat their broccoli,” Grunderman admits. Network operators can’t charge more for services after deploying these standards, but their deployment makes the entire Internet experience better for everyone by adding security and resiliency.


Many thanks to both writers for taking the time to understand what we are doing and to write about it on their respective sites.

And if you would like to get started with IPv6 or DNSSEC, please visit our Start Here page to begin!

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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