Geoff Huston delves into the statistics to test common theories on the deployment of IPv6. Are they true?
Guest Post: Despite popular belief, IPv6 multihoming is possible. Find out how.
APNIC recently travelled to the world’s smallest economy, Tokelau, to assist with developing in-country capacity to deploy IPv6.
Guest Post: JPNIC provide a summary of the current IPv6 deployment landscape in Japan among fibre to the home, cable television, and mobile operators.
APNIC and the ITU will deliver a five-day Internet and IPv6 Infrastructure Security workshop from 14 to 18 May 2018, in Nonthaburi, Thailand.
Guest Post: For many enterprises, IPv6 is a long way from being on their to-do lists, with many citing several blockers to adopting it.
Guest Post: Since becoming the first major ISP in the UK to enable IPv6 for customers, Sky UK have added over 5 million new eyeballs to the IPv6 Internet.
Guest Post: Europol is consulting with the Internet community on how network operators can be encouraged to deploy IPv6.
Drawing from the gambling surroundings of which its territory is famous for, CTM first started implementing its strategy to move towards IPv6 over 10 years ago.
Twenty-four participants from eight different economies collaborated in the first APNIC Hackathon, with great results.