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New Zealand Service Provider Survey

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force has been surveying New Zealand service providers, with ISPs and carriers asked about their preparations around the IPv6 addressing scheme. This benchmarking survey is a work-in-progress but preliminary results indicate positive trends around awareness and planning and creation of testing environments. 98 percent of respondents, for instance, have IPv6 […]

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 […]

“New Internet” message not getting through to business managers – Survey

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force and InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) are concerned that the message about adopting the new Internet Protocol, IPv6, is still not getting through to leading enterprise managers in New Zealand (survey shows 71% unaware) , although there is increased understanding of the issues at a technical management level (74% […]

Steering Group surveys New Zealand IPv6 readiness

In July and August 2009, the New Zealand IPv6 Steering Group conducted a survey of New Zealand’s top 100 CIOs to gauge their organisation’s IPv6 readiness. The response rate was 37 percent. Encouragingly, more than half of respondents said they were at least adequately informed about IPv6, and 70 percent were aware that all IPv4 […]