An IPv6 deployment that began with a series of relatively isolated IPv6 metro area networks (MANs) has begun to take off.
Deploying IPv6 has been a key component for Philippines telco, PLDT, to accomplish its digital pivot towards becoming a multimedia communications company.
With Myanmar’s Internet usage rapidly growing, fledgling ISP Mytel deployed IPv6 right from its start.
Worldlink is serving 51% of its customers in Nepal over IPv6.
Since early 2017, IPv6 capability in Thailand has increased from around 2% to 30% thanks largely to the efforts of two of the economy’s largest ISPs.
Tonga Communications Corporation expects its fibre customers to be able to connect via IPv6 by the end of 2019.
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