Web players enlist for coordinated June 6 launch of IPv6

Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 05:30 in Mathematics & Economics

(PhysOrg.com) -- The Internet Society has made it official. Last June’s dress rehearsals are over; June 6 of this year is official World IPv6 Launch Day, where a new system of numerical addresses will be used to connect users to websites. A lineup of supporters for the launch date was announced this week. Seven ISPs, two home networking equipment manufacturers, and a number of web companies at the time of the writing have come forward to pledge enabling the new protocol.

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