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IPv6 - National Case Studies (by IGRP group 2008 - IPv6)

IPv6 in Uruguay

In Uruguay there has been a good development of Internet, ANTEL, the state ISP, has provided an extended infrastructure within all the territory.

The Regulatory Authority in Telecommunications, the URSEC, regulates and controls the telecommunication and postal services since 2001. (The telecommunications in Uruguay is not completely privatized). Its activities include… Continue

Added by Nicolas Antoniello on April 15, 2009 at 6:51pm — 1 Comment

IPv6 Global Players (by IGRP group 2008 - IPv6)

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, is an international organization,which was established in 1998. Its mission is to keep the Internet secure, stable and interoperable. It coordinates the Internet's naming system and has played a transcendental role in the development of Internet in the world. It is an organization that is becoming more internationalized… Continue

Added by Nicolas Antoniello on April 14, 2009 at 6:41pm — 2 Comments

IPv6 Transition - Economic Aspects (by IGRP group 2008 - IPv6)

The imminent exhaustion of IPv4 addresses will affect the networks at different times, in contrast to the Y2K specific timing. It will affect many stakeholders, from Tier-1 backbone providers, large enterprises, governments and ISPs networks to the final user.

The costs for implementing IPv6 vary in function of requirements and deployment plan. In general terms, the costs come from software and hardware, training, application porting, consulting services, and operational costs. These… Continue

Added by Nicolas Antoniello on April 14, 2009 at 6:22pm — 1 Comment

What is IPv6? (by IGRP group 2008 - IPv6)


In Mid-1970’s ARPANET introduced the Internet Protocol (IP) as a mean of communication from one computer to the other in interconnected networks. Internet Protocol (IP) is one of the fundamental building blocks of the Internet. The IP supports the network by providing a unique address to the various hardware equipments (e.g computers, routers and smart phones) on a network.

By early ‘90’s, success of the Internet and its fast growth led to less and less… Continue

Added by Nicolas Antoniello on April 10, 2009 at 9:00pm — 5 Comments



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