Archive | June, 2011

NZ media coverage – World IPv6 Day

A round-up of recent local media coverage about World IPv6 Day is available below:

Dimension Data and FX Networks support Government Agencies in the journey to IPv6

Media release – 8 June 2011 On 8 June, 2011, Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Akamai and Limelight Networks will be amongst some of the major organisations that will offer their content over IPv6 for a 24-hour “test flight”. The goal of the Test Flight Day is to motivate organizations across the industry – Internet service providers, hardware makers, operating […]

2011 New Zealand IPv6 Readiness Survey

Preliminary results now available The New Zealand IPv6 Readiness Survey is an annual piece of research conducted by the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force. It surveys the top 100 organisations in New Zealand[1] by number of computing devices, and provides a valuable reference point in understanding the state of IPv6 readiness in New Zealand. The […]

Northland’s Uber Group claims an IPv6 “world first”

Media release from Northland-based wireless & fibre broadband provider Uber Group 7 June, 2011 Tomorrow marks a monumental day in the history of internet identification for every computer around the world, and Northland internet service provider Uber Group is creating a New Zealand first tomorrow, being the first to migrate to & support IPv6. On […]

IPv6-enabled webcam – watch the rise of the new sun on World IPv6 Day

On World IPv6 Day (8 June, New Zealand Time), an IPv6-enabled webcam will be live-streaming the dawn of the new day from the town of Gisborne on New Zealand’s East Coast. The webcam, proudly brought to you by IPv6 Task Force members FX Networks and Fujitsu NZ, is now live. View the webcam at […]