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How Long Will Verizon Take to Make IPv6 available to Fios customers? We Believe it’s Time!

These days, it can feel like everything is connected to the internet. Not only are more websites online than ever before, but more devices are, too. From cars to appliances and more, the “Internet of Things” is only in its early stages – but growing by the day. The future of the Internet involves a new type of IP addresses. Unfortunately, Verizon has been slow to implement this new technology, even though they’ll need to sooner rather than later. With Verizon FIOS deals luring in more and more customer’s everyday to its FIOS services, we believe it’s time for...

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IPv6 and the 2008 Beijing Olympics

Introduction The 2008 Beijing Olympics is going to experience the widest ever use of broadband and mobility services supported on IPv6 capability. This will make this sporting event a fabulously unique media event that is expected to completely surpass any other event in the use of electronic and hi-tech features. As thousands of engineers, technologists have worked for a significant time to perfect this (IPv6) technology, there is no doubt, this technology brings considerable promises but this is for the first time that it will showcase its strength when in use for such a mega-event. IPv6 Delivering its promise in...

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VPN – Virtual Private Network

Overview VPN widely known as Virtual Private Network, is a communications network tunneled through another network, and dedicated for a specific network. In simple terms it can be defined as connecting two private networks through the public or shared network that is internet. VPNs helps to transmit information via publicly shared network infrastructures by establishing secure links with remote private networks through a combination of tunneling, encryption, authentication technologies. Hence VPNs have gained widespread acceptance as preferred security solutions. VPN the types and working Lets go ahead further and study the types and functional specifications of it.VPN are generally...

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Business Guide: Migrating to IPv6

Introduction The need for migration to the new version of the Internet Protocol IPv6 is now a foregone conclusion, with an expected timeline of 2010 to 2012. Countries like China and Japan are already well ahead of the rest of the world in their implementation efforts. IPv6 is the likely preferred choice of individuals and establishments in the future, predominantly for the advantages it offers over IPv4 in terms of its vastly expanded addressing capabilities, ability to provide a server-less auto-configuration (“plug-n-play”) and reconfiguration, and its strong in-built security features. IPv6 SMost of the modern day computers and systems...

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IPv6 Deployment Around The World

Introduction As a first step towards deploying IPv6 (that will co-exist with IPv4) across the Globe, the IPv6 Forum was formed in July 1999. Its common mission is to educate Internet users on the advantages of the IPv6 protocol, and to promote and implement the worldwide deployment of this protocol. It has an impressive membership list comprising of manufacturers, leading Telecom operators, Internet service providers, and vendors of Internet solutions, Consulting companies, R&D institutions and many others. IPv6 The current status of deployment of IPv6 in different parts of the world is very encouraging and gives an idea of...

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