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.
IPv6 adoption passed 25% in 2019 as more networks continue to deploy IPv6.
Tonga Communications Corporation expects its fibre customers to be able to connect via IPv6 by the end of 2019.
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