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February 12, 2011

Mtg: IPv6 Migration, Business Continuity, Implementation Gaps

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TUESDAY February 15, 2011
SCV Communications Chapter
Speaker: Zaid Ali, Principal Network Engineer, LinkedIn; and Owen DeLong, IPv6 Evangelist, Hurricane Electric
Time: Cheese, crackers, soft drinks and Networking at 6:00 PM; Presentation at 6:45 PM
Cost: none
Place: National Semiconductor, Building E, Conference Room, 2900 Semiconductor Dr, Santa Clara
RSVP: from website
Web: www.ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/comsoc

IPv6 and business continuity
For many years, there’s been is a lot of advocacy in the Internet community on IPv6, but what are web technology companies, network operators and vendors actually doing about supporting it? In this talk, the discussion of IPv6 will focus on the following areas:
1) Current trends in IPv6
2) Why SaaS (Software as a Service) companies should be thinking about IPv6 now
3) Why network equipment vendors should not fall behind the adoption curve
4) Formulating a simple plan to move to IPv6

This presentation is aimed at network operators, equipment providers and users who wish to learn how to migrate to IPv6 and also formulate a simple plan.? This talk will also have a business component that will help educate senior or executive management on IPv6 and its impact on business.

IPv6 Migration, Business Continuity, Implementation Gaps
While there has been a lot of industry advocacy and significant effort towards migration to IPv6, there are several areas that have fallen behind the curve.? This talk will explain some of those gaps and talk about the coming workarounds and likely consequences.? We’ll take a hard look at the gaps in several areas, including:
1) Mobile broadband
2) DSL Services
3) Home Entertainment Systems
4) SOHO CPE

Workarounds discussed will include: NAT64,? DS-LITE, LSN (also known as CGN or NAT444 and more accurately NAT44444).

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