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Deploy360 11 September 2015

Google Stats Now Showing Over 8% IPv6

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Web Strategy & Project Lead, Open Standards Everywhere

A nice way to end a Friday afternoon… I happened to look at Google’s IPv6 statistics for the first time in a while and see that they’ve climbed up over 8%!

Google IPv6 statsWe’ve kind of stopped celebrating each individual percentage point because the reality is the graph just keeps on going up and to the right in the direction we want!

Still, this was a nice way to end the work week.  Looking forward to celebrating a bit more when they hit 10%!

P.S. As the graph shows, IPv6 at this point is on the trajectory where it is just going to happen … if you haven’t already started figuring out what to do, please do look at our Start Here page to understand how you can get started transitioning your networks, devices and applications to make sure they’re ready!

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