Tech Matters: Big Changes In The IPv6 Landscape

Today, 10% of the Alexa Top 1000 sites are presently empowered with IPv6 and extensive access systems have empowered IPv6 for their end clients, as indicated by estimations we made for World IPv6 Launch.

Four of the five biggest sites on the planet – Google, Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo!, and Wikipedia – all serve IPv6 from their primary sites today. Also, content dispersion systems like Limelight and Akamai are giving administrations to their clients to empower IPv6 facilitated content, and facilitating organizations are making it workable for facilitated sites to utilize IPv6 too. The three biggest web-facilitating organizations in Germany serve IPv6 for all their facilitated sites.

Additionally toward the finish of 2012, there were noteworthy arrangements in get to systems. AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Comcast in North America, RCS&RDS in Romania, CTC and Softbank in Japan, XS4ALL in the Netherlands, Swisscom in Switzerland, DT in Germany, and Internode in Australia all started empowering IPv6 for their end clients, all without the end clients expecting to design anything in their systems, and actually, likely, most not by any means knowing they are utilizing IPv6.

Which is all brilliant news! Phil proceeds to discuss Google’s estimation of more than 1% of their activity coming in finished IPv6 and furthermore the World IPv6 Launch estimations site that contains connects to an assortment of the destinations estimating IPv6 movement on a progressing premise.

2012 was an extraordinary year for IPv6 – and now it’s a great opportunity to keep expanding on that energy. Have you sent IPv6 yet for your network(s)? Is your site open over IPv6? Are your DNS passages accessible over IPv6?

If not… how might we encourage you? Look at our fundamental IPv6 data or our rundown of IPv6 assets to begin. What’s more, in the event that you can’t discover what you are searching for, if it’s not too much trouble let us know and we’ll be happy to encourage you.

How about we improve 2013 and even year for IPv6!


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