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The IPv6 for e-Business Project


IPv6 for e-Business was a groundbreaking IPv6 study (July 2006-April 2007) which mapped, developed business tools, raised awareness and assessed readiness for Internet Protocol version 6.
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The Project had four aspects:
  • Mapping: documenting Australian services, software and technologies using IPv6 as of July 2006.
  • Enabling: business models, checklists and tools to enable Australian businesses to easily adopt IPv6, including the Easy Access Device.
  • Awareness: promoting, providing information and holding workshops, to build broad awareness of IPv6 opportunities.
  • Infrastructure: to assess infrastructure support for applications with the IPv6-ready .au Registry testbed.
IPv6 for e-Business Consortium
ISOC-AU ADIESA BuildersNet
auDA AEEMA

Endorsed By
ISOC IPv6Forum

The IPv6 for e-Business project was supported by the Australian Government through the Information Technology Online (ITOL) Program of DCITA, now Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.


World IPv6 Launch: 6 June 2012

WORLD IPv6 Launch 6 June
2012

This time it was for real!

Major ISPs, home network manufacturers and web companies around the world came together to permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services on 6 June 2012: World IPv6 Launch.

Organized by the Internet Society and building on 2011's successful World IPv6 Day, World IPv6 Launch was a major milestone in the global deployment of IPv6. IPv6 is critical to the Internet's continued growth as a platform for innovation and development. Work with us by permanently enabling IPv6 yourself.

If you'd like to try out IPv6 for yourself see our list of IPv6 Providers with FREE and paid services.


Background

WORLD IPv6 DAY is 8 June 2011 – The Future is Forever ISOC-AU spearheaded Australia's contribution to the worldwide collaboration demonstrating the next version of the internet protocol for World IPv6 Day, 8 June 2011.
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