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After two years of IPv6 deployment monitoring, the IPv6 Observatory study is closed to its end. Today, we are publishing the study’s final report. It contains main outcomes, observed trends along with a set of recommendations for the European Commission. Feel free to download it: IPv6 Observatory – Final report (PDF, 23 Mo). Continue reading
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
Presentations are now available:
The IPv6 Observatory organized its second public workshop during the RIPE #67 meeting which took place in Athens from 14-18 October 2013. More than 30 participants from the network services area (ISPs, RIRs, LIRs, network industry) attended the workshop which presented the current situation and trends regarding deployment of IPv6. The workshop report is now available (in the report section).
In the context of the study, a survey targeting ISPs has been launch. A report highlighting main results has been published: IPv6 gaining momentum. More complete results are available in slides presented during the second IPv6 Observatory workshop: Global IPv6 Deployment Monitoring Survey 2013: analysis and trends.
The IPv6 Observatory team will organize its second workshop in Athens, Greece, on the 14th of October 2013. The objectives of this event will be to present study’s outcomes and IPv6 deployment trends and perspectives. Check out the event page to get more details. Registration is free but mandatory.