The IPv6 Forum on Tuesday presented a special award to four U.S. government officials for their pioneering work in promoting IPv6, an emerging upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol.
Under fire from its customers in the higher education market, Apple has proposed creating a new industry standard that would fix problems with its Bonjour zero configuration networking technology that is causing scalability and security problems on campus networks.
With the worldwide supply of IPv4 addresses rapidly dwindling, the United States is pulling ahead of its global rivals in the deployment of next-generation Internet services based on the emerging IPv6 standard.
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Web and email traffic are expected to continue rising on the next-gen Internet Protocol.
Other high-profile sites on the Internet are not participating in World IPv6 Launch Day.
A growing number of U.S. carriers and enterprises are hedging their bets on IPv6 by purchasing blocks of unused IPv4 addresses through official channels or behind-the-scenes dealmaking.
U.S. corporations are ramping up their hiring of cybersecurity experts.
Apple Computer came under fire from experts for back-pedaling on its support for IPv6, the next-generation Internet Protocol.
Comcast has become the first U.S. broadband ISP to enable next-gen Internet services for residential customers.
Proponents of the next-gen Internet protocol say upgrades are needed to keep Web services accessible to all users.
Approximately 40% of federal government agencies are out of compliance with a regulation that requires them to deploy an extra layer of authentication on their Websites.
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