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 […]

NZ IPv6 Task Force supports NetHui South

Murray Milner, the Convener of the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force welcomes the opportunity to support the first regional NetHui to be held in Dunedin later this month. The introduction of the next generation Internet based on IPv6 should be of great interest to all users of the Internet and hence it is appropriate for […]

NZNOG 2013 – registrations open

Registrations for New Zealand’s pre-eminent technical Internet networking conference – NZNOG 2013 – are now open. Hosted by the New Zealand Network Operators Group, NZNOG 2013 is the country’s only technical networking conference, and features a host of plenary sessions, practical workshops and tutorials. Spaces are limited, so register now and join your fellow ICT […]

Australian public sector on track for year-end IPv6 deadline

By Campbell Gardiner The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) has announced that 80 percent of Australian government agencies will be externally IPv6 capable by the end of the year, with the remainder by Q2 next year. Speaking at the 8th annual Australian IPv6 Summit, AGIMO’s John Hillier says since developing and releasing its mandated […]

Internode tells its IPv6 story

By Campbell Gardiner ANZIA award-winning service provider Internode today regaled IPv6 Summit attendees with a potted history of its IPv6 journey – a technical tale spanning more than ten years. The company’s co-founder Simon Hackett says it took its first tentative steps in 2004, obtaining an IPv6 address allocation. It then “connected up” and started […]