Launching Forward with IPv6

See my work blog post:

Launching Forward with IPv6

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With the era of freely available IPv4 addresses nearing its end, I'm pleased to see that 2012 appears to be the year when the IPv6 Internet will finally reach maturity and launch into wide-scale commercial use.  For over a decade, the groundwork for the migration to version 6 of the Internet Protocol (IPv6) has been built, with changes to operating systems, client and server software, routers, and Internet backbone networks.  To-date, however, the availability of IPv6 content and end-users has remained slim with few Web sites being available over IPv6 and [with just over 0.5% of global Internet users having IPv6 connectivity that their machines will elect to use][].

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[with just over 0.5% of global Internet users having IPv6 connectivity that their machines will elect to use]: http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics/

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