After two years of IPv6 deployment monitoring, the study team will present outcomes, trends and perspectives at a final workshop that will be held at the European Commission, on the 17th of December 2013.
Presentations will cover:
- IPv6 Observatory: study overview
- IPv6 deployment: trends and perspectives
- Still IPv4 versus IPv6 well deployed
- Which consequences for European citizens?
- Which consequences for European business?
- Potential actions for the European Commission regarding IPv6 deployment within member states
After the workshop, a workshop report will be published on this website.
The next-generation Internet technology is catching on among ISPs and their customers, but efforts to squeeze more life out of IPv4 persist, a survey
Special Congratulations to Dr Abdullah A. Al Darrab, Governor, Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), Saudi Arabia for moderating the session at the ITU Regulators Conference for setting the bar pretty high and recommending that all Regulators should mandate IPv6 in their nations.
- Presentation of the GSR discussion paper on the need for more IP addresses, Mr Latif Ladid, Researcher, Next Generation Internet Technologies, University of Luxembourg
- How to ensure smooth development of data- intensive services, applications and the Internet of things?
- Addressing the shortage of IP addresses by moving from IPv4 to IPv6 and removing the remaining related roadblocks, the role of policy makers and regulators.
Moderator: Dr Abdullah A. Al Darrab, Governor, Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), Saudi Arabia Panelists: - Dr Robert Pepper, Vice-President, Cisco Systems, Inc. - Ms Margaret Chalwe-Mudenda, Director-General, Zambia Information & Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) - Dr Izzeldin Kamil Amin, Director-General, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC), Sudan - Mr Jose Alexandre Novaes Bicalho, Superintendent, ANATEL, Brazil
Author: Mr Latif Ladid, Researcher, Next Generation Internet Technologies, University of Luxembourg
Presentation: A World of Data: The Need for More IP Addresses (Presentation)