Monday, May 17, 2021

Most IT Departments Will Support IPv6 by 2013

NetworkWorld: In a new NetworkWorld survey of 200 IT pros, 70 percent said their Web servers would be upgraded to IPv6 within the next two years. In addition, 65 percent say they will upgrade their internal networks to the new protocol within the same timeframe.

The survey also found that 86 percent of those surveyed had already begun investigating whether their existing hardware and software supports IPv6. Although only 16 percent said that “all” of their current hardware and software are IPv6-ready, 46 percent said that “most” of it is.

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