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  • 1. The Future of the Internet
    Delivering on the Promise of IPv6
  • 2. What’s New?Introducing Cisco Carrier-Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution
    A carrier-grade IPv6 transition solution that maximizes coverage and impact, minimizes cost and disruption
    Linksys
    New Carrier-Scale Capabilities
    Cost / Devices / Difficulty
    Home
    ISR
    Tens of Terabits of CGv6 Performance
    Nexus
    Access
    ASR
    Data Center
    CRS-1
    Edge
    Core
    Coverage /
    Speed
    Translations
    x 1000
    x 100,000
    x 10 Million
    x 1 Billion
    Home Scale
    Enterprise Scale
    Carrier Scale
  • 3. The Growing Internet Challenge
    The gap between supply and demand for IP addresses – the key Internet resource – is widening
    IPv4 Address Blocks Remaning1
    Internet-Enabled Devices2
    25
    15B
    < 700 Days Remaining
    5B
    0
    Today
    Sep 2011
    Today
    2015+
    The pool of IPv4 address blocks is dwindling rapidly
    While the number of new Internet devices is exploding
    1 – Geoff Huston, APNIC, www.potaroo.net, tracking /8 address-blocks managed by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
    2 – Cisco Visual Networking Index / Intel Embedded Internet Projections
  • 4. The Promise of IPv6 – Unconstrained Growth
    The dual-stack transition path is precluded by IPv4 exhaustion
    IPv6
    Addresses Abundant - 340 Undecillion (1036) devices
    56 billion billion billion addresses per person on Earth
    Enables global, inbound device accessibility
    Private IP
    IPv4
    Improves security andapplication efficiency
    Addresses rationed – only 4.29 billion devices
    Private IP is one answer – if you can deploy carrier-scale address translation
  • 5. Enabling an Orderly, Incremental Transition
    Boundless service opportunities with Smart Grid, Connected Cities, Mobile Video, Cloud Computing
    Prosper – from accelerated growth and innovation
    Prepare – to deliver interoperable IPv6 services
    Preserve – IPv4 investments and assets
    All IPv6
    Today
    Private IP
    6-over-4
    Transitional
    4-over-6
    Business /
    Consumer
    IP NGN
    Smart Grid Opportunity: 110 million households in US alone
    = IPv4
    = Private IP
    = IPv6
  • 6. Why Begin at Core / Edge?
    Key requirements for scale, performance and impact are maximized in the core and edge
    • Cost and operational impact are reduced
    • 7. Platforms are inherently reliable, scalable
    • 8. Coverage, flexibility, and ROI are maximized
    Cost / Devices / Difficulty
    Home

    Access
    Data Center
    Edge
    Core
    Coverage /
    Speed
    Translations
    x 1000
    x 100,000
    x 10 Million
    x 1 Billion
    Home Scale
    Enterprise Scale
    Carrier Scale
  • 9. A Global Imperative
    Dr. Shin Miyakawa, Director: “…with IPv4 address space quickly running out, the industry needs a smooth and methodical transition to IPv6…”
    Japan
    Xavier Niel, Chief Strategy Officer: “…we are pleased with Cisco’s well-thought out strategy and solution portfolio for customers to transition to IPv6…”
    France
    Xing Li, Deputy Director: “…IPv4 address exhaustion will cause huge problem for China Internet's growth, so we must make IPv6 transition happen smoothly…”
    China
  • 10. The Future of the Internet
    Delivering on the Promise of IPv6 with the Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 Solution
    Prepare
    Prosper
    Preserve
    Existing IPv4 assets, infrastructure, and service models
    For a graceful, orderly transition to IPv6 and coexistence with IPv4
    Through unconstrained growth and new avenues for innovation
    For more Information go to: www.cisco.com/go/cgv6