Australian IPv6 Summit 2006
Canberra ACT Australia
4 December - 6 December 2006
The Business Case
Our warmest thanks to all speakers, attendees and organisers of the Australian IPv6 Summit 2006 - it was a great success!
Following the first Australian IPv6 Summit in 2005, the Australian IPv6 Summit 2006 examined the business case for IPv6 implementation.
Internet Protocol Version 6 is already being deployed by Australian trading and defence partners in Asia, America and Europe. Ipv6 has the potential for enhanced mobility, easier management, built-in security and an almost unlimited range of new Internet addresses for next-generation devices.
From the core of the Internet through to the desktop...
- What are the economic and strategic benefits of IPv6?
- What is the status of local and international IPv6 activity?
- How does IPv6 affect government, trade and defence?
- What are the service provider, addressing, and security issues?
- Where are the useful tools, checklists, training and support?
Australian enterprises need to understand what opportunities IPv6 can provide, in order to decide the business case for themselves. The IPv6 Summit offered two days of International and Australian experts that addressed these questions and more, plus a new technology showcase and an optional one-day IPv6 Deployment Workshop, a hands-on guide to easy implementation.