Cisco Fellow Mark Townsley shares his views on progress made since World IPv6 Day 2011 and what's ahead. (6:30 min).
As we near the date when the last IPv4 address is assigned to a new subscriber at the regional level (RIR), service providers must maintain and continue to accelerate growth. Billions of new devices such as mobile phones, portable multimedia devices, sensors, and controllers will demand Internet connectivity in the next five years.
The Cisco Carrier-Grade IPv6 Solution (CGv6) is designed to help address these challenges. With Cisco CGv6, you can:
Cisco CGv6 extends the already wide array of IPv6 platforms, solutions, and services. Cisco SP IPv6 portfolio includes Carrier-Grade Services Engine (CGSE) for the CRS family, as well as new features for the ASR family and dual stack support on SP product families. Cisco CGv6 helps you build a bridge to the future of the Internet with IPv6.
Nick Lippis talks with Alain Fiocco, Senior Director of Cisco's IPv6 High Impact Project, about IPv6 transition adoption and what it means to you.
Read the results of an economic analysis performed for the transition to IPv6 for Fixed and Mobile Operators.
Read the results of an economic analysis performed on two IPv6 options. (PDF - 577 KB)
Gabriel Castro discusses how Telecom Argentina formulated a strategy to meet the challenges of IPv4 exhaust.
Adopt IPv6 in a controlled, safe, and cost-effective manner, thereby reducing risk to the business. Services are available to help across all phases of the network lifecycle - from initial planning and audits through deploying, operating, and optimizing along with program management.
To meet the threat of IP address exhaustion, Cisco Advanced Services developed a service solution to help customers meet this challenge and smoothly integrate IPv6 into their environments.
Learn why and how to prepare for an IPv6 transition.