Archive | April, 2012

Exporters may need to migrate to IPv6 to keep trading: Taskforce

Computerworld partners with IPv6 Taskforce to hold Auckland workshops on the critical tech migration Article by Computerworld staff | Auckland | Tuesday, 24 April, 2012 IPv6 taskforce member and former REANNZ CEO Donald Clark says the majority of countries that New Zealand trades with are looking at compulsory adoption of the next-generation Internet Protocol. […]

NZIPv6 Task Force & Computerworld to host IPv6 event

On 6 June 2012 many of the world’s largest ISPs, content providers, vendors and web companies will be switching on IPv6 – permanently. It is the next major step in the global transition to IPv6 in June 2012. Doing nothing is not an option. IPv6 traffic is out there and levels are set to grow […]