The Internet’s supply of IP version 4 addresses is nearing exhaustion. All ISPs are happy to provide IPv6 for free and IPv4 at a cost. The organization responsible for allocating IPv4 networks to Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), IANA, ran out in late January 2011. The RIR that serves the Asia-Pacific region ran out in mid-April. The RIR that serves Europe will likely run out this summer. These events herald the beginning of a long transition to the new version of the Internet Protocol, IPv6.
Over time, the number of IPv6-based users on the Internet have increased and —soon from now—that they make up the majority of the Internet. For the time being, the two protocols will coexist on the Internet, entailing the use of IPv4–IPv6 transition technologies.
Why IPv6 ?
To keep your business connected currently and in the future, you need to develop a comprehensive IPv6 deployment plan now and continue to stay connected.
What we offer ?
tr@ceDATA offers professional services to help you understand this new version of Internet Protocol (IPv6): What needs to be done, when, and in what order.
Our Services encompass the complete life cycle of the IPv4 to IPv6 transition for enterprises.
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