Three of the best: IPv6

By on 30 Dec 2019

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

In December 2019, IPv6 adoption passed 25% as more networks continued to deploy IPv6. Over the past twelve months we’ve seen greater than 10% adoption rate increases in Australia, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, 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 2019:

  1. Islands in the IPv6 world — Tonga Communications Corporation expects its fibre customers to be able to connect via IPv6 by the end of 2019, 18 months prior to enacting is deployment strategy.
  2. Expired certificates halve IPv6 capability in Bhutan, Sri Lanka — Learn why IPv6 capabilities in Bhutan and Sri Lanka briefly dropped by almost 50% due to an issue with an expired certificate.
  3. 100% by 2025: China getting serious about IPv6 — Led by Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu and JD, content and application service providers have been busy upgrading to IPv6.

What’s your organization’s plan for deploying IPv6 in 2020?

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