As the UK surpasses 10% v6 use ratio and climbs to 11.09%, we take a look back to see what has happened.
Since Sky have started to roll out there enablement programme, v6 enablement has continued to grow and it shows that our prediction of one ISP turning IPv6 on and that having a serious impact on the UK traffic, was correct. We can expect this number to continue to grow as both BT and Virgin Media are busy working on their rollouts.
The vision of the UK IPv6 Council is to create an environment for technical and business people from all industries/public sector/SP/academia that enables sharing of information, business cases/drivers and experience with IPv6 deployments (in all IT areas that are touched by IP).
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The Internet Protocol (IP) is at the very foundation of the internet and is the technology responsible for addressing, connecting and routing the billions of devices connected today. Although unquestionably successful at this task, the current version IPv4, is struggling with the unprecedented rate of growth seen over the past decade.
IPv6 is the successor to IPv4 and over the past few years the internet has begun to transition to this new standard. Currently, ~10% of the worlds devices are using IPv6 and this number is growing at an increasingly rapid rate.
This transition will largely be seamless and many will not even know it has happened but there are some key advantages to understanding what is going on. This will allow the informed to ensure their applications continue to function as expected and even give them an edge over the competition.
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