Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
As 2017 draws to an end, IPv6 adoption is edging closer to 20% as more networks continue to deploy IPv6. In the Asia Pacific region we’ve seen steady and rapid adoption rates in Australia, India and Viet Nam following large-scale deployments by major providers – learn more about successful IPv6 deployments in the region.
Here are the top three posts on IPv6 in 2017:
- Five years of IPv6: whither the next five? — In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of World IPv6 Launch, George Michaelson took a look at worldwide IPv6 deployment over the past five years and discovered that it is not all doom and gloom but is on a remarkably consistent positive track.
- IPv6-only at Microsoft —Microsoft shares its experience deploying IPv6-only in an effort to simplify their network operations.
- Reliance Jio boosts India past 20% IPv6 capability — What has become one of the greatest IPv6 deployment success stories, newly formed Indian mobile telco Reliance Jio shares its experience deploying IPv6 and, in the process, becoming the largest IPv6 network operator in India.
What is your organization’s plan for deploying IPv6 in 2018?
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