Archive | July, 2011

Latest news from the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force has compiled a series of ‘latest news’ items relating to IPv6 in New Zealand. Read more below: —- New Zealand IPv6 Task Force supports World IPv6 Day The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force put its weight behind World IPv6 Day in June, engaging in several promotional activities to help […]

KAREN seminar: IPv6 for real-time musical collaboration

Statement from REANNZ – – 19 July 2011 Join us on Tuesday 26 July when Associate Professor Ian Whalley will share his experiences of spearheading the use of IPv6 for international electroacoustic music collaboration. Technology enables new forms of musical collaboration Ian Whalley from the University of Waikato is leading the charge in the […]

Media Release: Surveys indicate increased IPv6 awareness

New Zealand IPv6 Task Force Media Release – 14 July 2011 Awareness of the critically-important IPv6 addressing protocol has reached a near universal level among New Zealand’s large public and private sector organisations, but significant challenges remain in attaining widespread IPv6 adoption, especially amongst government agencies. IPv6 is the ‘next-generation’ method of Internet addressing and […]

Asia-Pacific region leads IPv6 adoption – Ovum

Research firm Ovum claims that enterprise customers in the Asia Pacific region feel more “urgency” to move to IPv6 than those in other parts of the globe. That urgency has largely been driven by the recent announcement from APNIC (Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) that the free pool of IPv4 addresses in the Asia Pacific […]

IPv6 Task Force surveys enterprise & industry readiness

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force has been busy over the past few months surveying the IPv6-readiness of New Zealand enterprises and ICT industry. Two surveys have been conducted – the third annual IPv6 Readiness Survey of New Zealand’s top 100 organisations by number of computing devices, and an inaugural survey of ISPs and Carriers. […]