Posts by Matthew Wilder
The Business Case for IPv6: Internet vs. Intranets
As network operators consider how they will deploy IPv6, they also must establish the business case for doing so — answering the “Why should our organization invest in this transition?” question. Before exploring the many possible scenarios and motivations, ARIN Advisory Council member and TELUS Communications Senior Engineer Matthew Wilder discusses two fundamentally different types of IPv6 deployment.
Practical Steps to Accelerate IPv6 Adoption
Matthew Wilder explains how TELUS deployed IPv6 and outlines some of the practical steps organizations can take to accelerate IPv6 adoption.
Supporting the Internet Community: Meet ARIN 42 Sponsor, TELUS
We're excited to introduce ARIN 42 sponsor, TELUS. Matthew Wilder, Senior Engineer, explains what motivated them to provide connectivity for our meeting.
Connecting Canadians with the New Internet
We Canadians are generally known for hockey, poutine and our overwhelming politeness. I’m very sorry about that. Believe it or not though there is such a thing as Canadian pride. Perhaps not surprisingly it is a polite form of pride, one which comes with a dash of bashfulness.
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