The Future of the Internet - Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution

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As we near the date when the last IPv4 address is assigned to a new subscriber, 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:

+ Preserve investments in IPv4 infrastructure, assets, and delivery models

+ Prepare for the smooth, incremental transition to IPv6 services that are interoperable with IPv4

+ Prosper through accelerated subscriber, device, and service growth that are enabled by the efficiencies that IPv6 can deliver

Cisco CGv6 extends the already wide array of IPv6 platforms, solutions, and services. Cisco is introducing a Carrier-Grade Services Engine (CGSE) for the CRS-1 family, as well as new features for the ASR family. Cisco CGv6 helps you build a bridge to the future of the Internet with IPv6.

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The Future of the Internet - Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution

  1. 1. The Future of the Internet<br />Delivering on the Promise of IPv6<br />
  2. 2. What’s New?Introducing Cisco Carrier-Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution<br />A carrier-grade IPv6 transition solution that maximizes coverage and impact, minimizes cost and disruption<br />Linksys<br />New Carrier-Scale Capabilities<br />Cost / Devices / Difficulty<br />Home<br />ISR<br />Tens of Terabits of CGv6 Performance<br />Nexus<br />Access<br />ASR<br />Data Center<br />CRS-1<br />Edge<br />Core<br />Coverage /<br />Speed<br />Translations<br />x 1000<br />x 100,000<br />x 10 Million<br />x 1 Billion<br />Home Scale<br />Enterprise Scale<br />Carrier Scale<br />
  3. 3. The Growing Internet Challenge<br />The gap between supply and demand for IP addresses – the key Internet resource – is widening<br />IPv4 Address Blocks Remaning1<br />Internet-Enabled Devices2<br />25<br />15B<br />&lt; 700 Days Remaining<br />5B<br />0<br />Today<br />Sep 2011<br />Today<br />2015+<br />The pool of IPv4 address blocks is dwindling rapidly<br />While the number of new Internet devices is exploding<br />1 – Geoff Huston, APNIC, www.potaroo.net, tracking /8 address-blocks managed by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority<br />2 – Cisco Visual Networking Index / Intel Embedded Internet Projections<br />
  4. 4. The Promise of IPv6 – Unconstrained Growth<br />The dual-stack transition path is precluded by IPv4 exhaustion<br />IPv6<br />Addresses Abundant - 340 Undecillion (1036) devices<br />56 billion billion billion addresses per person on Earth<br />Enables global, inbound device accessibility<br />Private IP<br />IPv4<br />Improves security andapplication efficiency<br />Addresses rationed – only 4.29 billion devices<br />Private IP is one answer – if you can deploy carrier-scale address translation<br />
  5. 5. Enabling an Orderly, Incremental Transition<br />Boundless service opportunities with Smart Grid, Connected Cities, Mobile Video, Cloud Computing<br />Prosper – from accelerated growth and innovation<br />Prepare – to deliver interoperable IPv6 services<br />Preserve – IPv4 investments and assets<br />All IPv6<br />Today<br />Private IP<br />6-over-4<br />Transitional<br />4-over-6<br />Business / <br />Consumer<br />IP NGN<br />Smart Grid Opportunity: 110 million households in US alone<br />= IPv4<br />= Private IP<br />= IPv6<br />
  6. 6. Why Begin at Core / Edge?<br />Key requirements for scale, performance and impact are maximized in the core and edge<br /><ul><li>Cost and operational impact are reduced
  7. 7. Platforms are inherently reliable, scalable
  8. 8. Coverage, flexibility, and ROI are maximized</li></ul>Cost / Devices / Difficulty<br />Home<br />∑<br />Access<br />Data Center<br />Edge<br />Core<br />Coverage /<br />Speed<br />Translations<br />x 1000<br />x 100,000<br />x 10 Million<br />x 1 Billion<br />Home Scale<br />Enterprise Scale<br />Carrier Scale<br />
  9. 9. A Global Imperative<br />Dr. Shin Miyakawa, Director: “…with IPv4 address space quickly running out, the industry needs a smooth and methodical transition to IPv6…”<br />Japan<br />Xavier Niel, Chief Strategy Officer: “…we are pleased with Cisco’s well-thought out strategy and solution portfolio for customers to transition to IPv6…”<br />France<br />Xing Li, Deputy Director: “…IPv4 address exhaustion will cause huge problem for China Internet&apos;s growth, so we must make IPv6 transition happen smoothly…”<br />China<br />
  10. 10. The Future of the Internet<br />Delivering on the Promise of IPv6 with the Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 Solution<br />Prepare<br />Prosper<br />Preserve<br />Existing IPv4 assets, infrastructure, and service models<br />For a graceful, orderly transition to IPv6 and coexistence with IPv4 <br />Through unconstrained growth and new avenues for innovation <br />For more Information go to: www.cisco.com/go/cgv6<br />

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