Category Archives: News
I want to wish all readers a Happy New Year! I wanted to let you all know that we had an important change in 2015. Stephan Lagerholm, who founded TXv6TF with me, has moved on to new opportunities. Replacing him is Jeff Carrell who was elected to the board and serves in 2016 as Vice […] Continue reading
Registration is now open for this event. Please visit the site page for more information on this event.
The event will be March 27 and 28, 2014 in Richardson, Texas on the campus of the University of Texas at Dallas. Â Feature keynote speakers are Vinton G. Cerf and Latif Ladid. Other confirmed speakers includeÂ Tim Martin, Owen DeLong, Jeff Carrell, Stephen Lagerholm,Ravi PrakashÂ and Jeff Doyle. More are being added as they are confirmed. Registration […] Continue reading
We are still still filling in slots, but we wanted to get something out there. Please watch for further announcements as they become available. We hope to see you in Houston!
Stan Barber, chair of TXv6TF, is speaking and will be part of a panel at the upcoming IEEE Globecomm meeting in Houston this week. This is the 2nd year that Stan has spoken at the IEEE Globecomm event and the 10th year that IEEE has engaged the IPv6 Forum to assemble a group of IPv6 […] Continue reading
The Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force has announced the dates for a joint event being called the 2012 North American IPv6 Summit. The dates of the event are April 9 – 11, 2012 and will be in Denver. Check out this link for more information.
Light Reading’s IPv6: The Time is Now event in New York City had a pantheon of great speakers. This article summarizes important points from the speakers at the event.
A good paper to share with those in your company that handle on-line marketing has been released by Martin Longo, CTO of real-time identity firm Demandbase. The paper is called “Transition to IPv6: Why Online Marketers Should Care. If you think it’s just IT’s problem, think again” and makes the case for thinking about IPv6 […] Continue reading
Comcast and Time Warner Cable both talked about outcomes related to World IPv6 Day this week at The Cable Show in Chicago.
Light Reading offers this summary.
There is a great write up on the recent denial of temporary IPv4 allocation to the folks who run Microsoft TechEd in Australia. (Ed. note – check the date Regardless, it shows now how important it is for folks to … Continue reading → Continue reading
Training Documents from Verizon that confirm that they now offer native dual stack IPv6 services on AS701 (legacy UUNET) in 38 pops in the US. This includes the POP in Houston and Dallas. If you are a current Verizon customer with a circuit that terminates in one of those POPS, contact your sales person and […] Continue reading
Today, the free pool of IPv4 addresses unallocated by the IANA is starting to come to an end. The remaining /8s are 102/8, 103/8, 104/8, 179/8 and 185/8. Each of the RIRs will now get one of these as their final allocation from IANA. There will be an announcement about this situation on February 3rd. […] Continue reading
Stan Barber, Chair of TXv6TF, will be a speaker at the 2011 TTVN Annual Conference at Moody Gardens in Galveston, Texas. His topic is Real IPv6 in a Multi-Vendor World and will cover issues that come up when adding IPv6 to multi-vendor enterprise netwo… Continue reading
Fast Company has an article about World IPv6 Day. Mark the date and get involved in you can!
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols posted an excellent article about the recent release of the NIST IPv6 deployment manual. If you are planning on introducing IPv6 into your network, it is a great place to start.
Robert Cannon of the FCC’s Office of Strategic Planning & Policy Analysis has written an FCC working paper that offers up a summary of the current situation with the introduction of IPv6 into the Internet. The document is freely available in… Continue reading