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New Zealand ISPs make headway with IPv6

Over 30 percent of New Zealand Internet Service Providers have made IPv6 available to their subscribers, according to Statistics New Zealand. The government statistician reports that, at June 2012, 33 percent of ISPs had IPv6 available to subscribers. 11 percent intended to have it available within six months, 17 percent between six months to one […]

Survey reveals shift in focus to IPv6 adoption

Media release – 29 August 2012 Local awareness and adoption of IPv6 – the ‘next generation’ Internet addressing schema – appears to be maturing, with a recent survey by the IPv6 Task Force indicating an increase in the number of New Zealand organisations planning to implement the protocol. IPv6 is the ‘next-generation’ method of Internet […]

New Zealand IPv6 Task Force ISP/Carrier Survey

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force is working to support and encourage the transition from IPv4 to the IPv6 addressing protocol. We are tasked with promoting the adoption of IPv6, assisting with training /education options and implementation planning. As part of this programme we are repeating our benchmarking survey with New Zealand Internet providers, to […]

Task Force commences 2012 IPv6 Readiness Survey

This year, the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force is repeating its survey of New Zealand IPv6 readiness. The Task Force is very keen to understand how New Zealand CIOs and IT departments are progressing with IPv6 and, as with previous years, the survey has been sent to the country’s Top 100 CIOs as ranked by MIS […]

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. […]