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#IPv6 Promotional Push Will Shift Gears at CES #SupplyChain #Internet2

Regarding the tubes.. Some news that really boring and really really important. 

By Scott M. Fulton, III / January 6, 2012 4:30 PM

...... The dry well

The depletion of available IPv4 addresses has been a "dreaded" event for quite some time; and it's perhaps because of that perpetuated state - like an ailing dictator who just won't die already - that builders of enterprise networks have come to believe that the complete depletion of the old system will actually never happen. Unfortunately, it's during this same period that the Internet has evolved to support cloud services, where so many more addresses are required now than ever before.

"We're trying to reach out to organizations; we're doing everything we can to get the word out that they have to some more thinking," Jimmerson tells us. "They have to start moving to IPv6 now, so they don't run into a problem of not being able to grow their business just in the next couple of years."

Deploy360 is as assembly of "how" content, as Jimmerson calls it, explaining to different classes of Internet stakeholders - network operators, developers, content providers, CE manufacturers, and enterprise customers - ways to build transition agendas for their own businesses. He says there's already quite a bit of "why" information available, and while the Internet Society will continue to preach the "why's," a Resource Review Panel will locate and curate the "how" content that Deploy360 will feature........

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