[LAC-TF] IPv6 news - weekly summary

JORDI PALET MARTINEZ jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sun Oct 23 22:30:51 BRST 2011

Main News:

Other News:
Agencies, don't forget to turn off IPv4 on your way out

Persistence of IPv4 security model threatens open Net: ISOC

Survey Results Predict Global Internet Service Providers' IPv6 Adoption to
Increase in 2012

December 2012 deadline for whole-of-government IPv6 capability: AGIMO

IPv6 will change network attack surface, albeit slowly: Huston

Threat to open Internet as 32-bit addresses run out

DISA says move to IPv6 will be no problem

Why IPv6 Matters Right NOW

IPv6: Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object


Corporate and Products:
Turn off Random IPv6 Address Generation in Windows 7

Diversity of Internet makes IPv6 transition difficult

'IPv6 by next year, but won't see mass usage in India'

Tenable Network Security Takes RSA 2012 by Storm

Security stasis as NBN Co, Telstra consider how to move customers to IPv6

What's OpenFlow's killer app?

Message Systems Wins the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) ³Excellence in Security
by Design² Award

gogoNET LIVE! 2 IPv6 Conference to Teach How to Do an IPv6 Trial

Mentor Graphics Announces the Next-Generation Nucleus RTOS Addressing Power
Management and Connectivity Issues for Embedded Systems

Silver Spring Networks named company of the year

Secure64 Implements DNS64 Migration Technology at Large U.S. Wireless

Internap Network Services Uses Opengear to Simplify and Secure Remote Access
to IT Infrastructure

Imperial College London Takes On the Future With Network Upgrade Featuring
Enhanced Mobility, Security and IPv6

A Platform for the Internet of Things

Peak 10 Executive Series Arms Cincinnati Businesses for Success

No set timeline for IPv6 over Telstra Bigpond and NextG

Australian comms industry needs to take lead in IPv6 adoption: Expert

Network Diagramming Provider OPNET Sheds Light on IT Guru Network Planner

Managing the Internet's Growing Complexity

Data102 Strengthens Reliability and Fault Tolerance by Turning to Hurricane
Electric for Bandwidth

D-Link Introduces High Performance Switching Solution

Green Hills Software to Present and Exhibit at the ARM Technology Conference
2011 in Santa Clara, CA

2011 ANZIAs recognise local Internet heroes

Smart home cloud services worth $6 billion in 2015

Survey shows NZ Internet users starved of data

IPv4 is over
Are you ready for the new Internet ?
The IPv6 Company

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