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IPv6 Predictions for 2014

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Leslie Daigle, Chief Internet Technology Officer of the Internet Society, gave this presentation on IPv6 Predictions for 2014 at the Telecom Council Executive Forum on 14 January 2014.

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IPv6 Predictions for 2014

  1. 1. IPv6 Predictions for 2014 Leslie Daigle Chief Internet Technology Officer Internet Society
  2. 2. The Situation • The Internet Must Keep Growing • • • • More people 7+ billion people in the world More devices 10+ billion connected devices More network-reliant applications and services Supporting sensor nets and concepts like “smart grids” IPv6 is the Answer • • • IPv4 is insufficient IPv4 has 4 billion addresses; IPv6 has 340 undecillion IPv4 is pricey Gray markets, carrier grade NATs (CGNs) are expensive IPv6 is ready and waiting
  3. 3. Why IPv6 Matters – For the Internet and Your Business IPv6 is becoming the predominant networking protocol for new devices and services. -Continued Internet Growth. Global addressing allows end-to-end connectivity so all users can reach all other users. -Maintaining Profitability. Maintaining expensive NATs and workarounds to extend IPv4 will eat away at your bottom line, compared to deploying IPv6 now. -Customer Service. More and more devices that use IPv6 will be connecting to your sites and services.
  4. 4. Google’s Public IPv6 Traffic Reporting (http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html)
  5. 5. IPv6 Deployment Status Network operator measurements, 12 December 2013 Data sources: Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Akamai For measurement methodology details, see http://www.worldipv6launch.org/apps/ipv6week/measurement/timeline-nets.html#
  6. 6. IPv6 Deployment Status Top Service Providers: •Verizon Wireless (40.40%) •Free (31.03%) •RCS & RDS (22.01%) •Comcast (20.15%) •AT&T (14.82%) •Deutsche Telekom (12.28%) Network operator measurements, 12 December 2013 •KDDI (8.87%) Data sources: Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Akamai For measurement methodology details, see http://www.worldipv6launch.org/apps/ipv6week/measurement/timeline-nets.html#
  7. 7. Prediction: IPv6 will be a mainstream technology by the end of 2014 10% of all global Internet traffic to Google, Facebook, and Yahoo will use IPv6 All major United States network operators will offer IPv6 on a commercial basis to end users IPv6 will have additional large commercial rollouts on every continent.
  8. 8. http://www.WorldIPv6Launch.org www.WorldIPv6Launch.org
  9. 9. Internet Society http://www.isoc.org The Internet Society is a cause-based organization that works to ensure that the technologies and policies that helped develop and evolve the Internet will continue into the future Our programs cultivate an Internet that is open to everyone, everywhere, and aim to ensure that it will continue to be a tool for creativity, innovation, and economic growth. • Through technology work: working with Internet businesses to facilitate the adoption of technologies that are good for the health of the Internet; organizational home for the IETF • Through public policy: working with the organizations that govern the operation of the Internet • Through development: working with organizations to increase capacity and understanding of the Internet around the globe. Our mission is to promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit for all people throughout the world.
  10. 10. Internet Society http://www.isoc.org The Internet Society is a cause-based organization that works to ensure that the technologies and policies that helped develop and evolve the Internet will continue into the future Our programs cultivate an Internet that is open to everyone, everywhere, and aim to ensure that it will continue to be a tool for creativity, innovation, and economic growth. • Through technology work: working with Internet businesses to facilitate the adoption of technologies that are good for the health of the Internet; organizational home for the IETF • Through public policy: working with the organizations that govern the operation of the Internet • Through development: working with organizations to increase capacity and understanding of the Internet around the globe. Our mission is to promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit for all people throughout the world.

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