Category: Business Case for IPv6
Enterprises don’t build or sell Internet products and services, but instead use the Internet as a critical enabler. So how do we make the case for their transition to IPv6? ARIN Community Grant recipient, ARIN 52 Fellow, Founder and President of Saatvik Advisors, and Founder and Director of Saatvik Research E. Marie Brierley discusses how convincing marketing teams may be the key.
In the next installment of our business case for IPv6 series, we hear from a leader of some of the largest global deployments of IPv6. John Brzozowski explores IPv6’s journey from theoretical to practical and discusses how IPv6 was leveraged operationally to yield meaningful value for both business owners and customers.
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.
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