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  1. Comcast Reaches IPv6 Milestones

    Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA ) has announced that 100% of its broadband network has been upgraded to support IPv6 dual stack connectivity. The MSO has also surpassed 30% IPv6 deployment, and penetration is expected to reach nearly 50% by the end of 2014. Comcast's plans include support for additional residential devices, as well as the launch of IPv6 capability for its Business Internet customers. In addition, the company plans to transition to IPv6-only support for both the Xfinity X1 platform and Xfinity Voice, with trials slated for later this year.

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    Wed, 23 Jul 2014

  2. Comcast IPv6 Reaches 25% of Footprint

    Comcast's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) IPv6 deployment continues to expand. The MSO says more than 25% of its customers are actively provisioned with native dual stack broadband. Areas of the Comcast broadband footprint that are now fully IPv6 enabled include Colorado, New Me...

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    Mon, 9 Dec 2013

  3. Comcast Leads in IPv6 Deployment

    On Nov. 18, the Internet Society updated its World IPv6 Launch measurements, reporting that Comcast's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) IPv6 deployment is now the largest worldwide with 32 autonomous system numbers (ASNs) deployed. Also, the MSO's IPv6 deployment has grown from le...

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    Thu, 21 Nov 2013

  4. Ops Face the Era of Hybrid IPv4/IPv6 Networks

    It is impossible to identify precisely what the next steps are for the industry on IPv6 deployment because, naturally, each operator is in a different stage of its evolution, each faces a different situation in its systems, and each has its own unique priorities...

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    Wed, 10 Apr 2013

  1. What are the Big Players Doing to Expedite IPv6 Deployment ?

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    Thu, 8 Nov 2012

  2. IPv6 Stats: 60% to Deploy this Year

    Nominum surveyed 67 ISPs throughout North America, Japan, Europe and Latin America with a combined reach of 110 million households and found that 97% of these ISPs have either already implemented or plan to implement IPv6, 58% of them this year. From that group: 23% have already done so. 35% say ...

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    Tue, 5 Jun 2012

  3. Comcast Starts Pilot IPv6 Deployment

    According to this Comcast blog posting, the MSO has begun its pilot dual-stack IPv6 deployment in selected markets. The first phase will support certain types of directly connected CPE, where a single computer is connected directly to a cable modem. It'll depend...

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    Wed, 9 Nov 2011

  4. The Never Ending IPv6 Transition

    Hopefully, the two pieces of news last week about cable's IPv6 initiatives don't represent last-minute scrambling or, worse yet, a bit of activity that fits the "too little, too late" category. The first item is that the SCTE announced the laun...

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    Mon, 10 Oct 2011

  5. SCTE Forms IPv6 Working Group

    The SCTE announced the formation of a working group to advance planning for and deployment of IPv6 across cable networks. The IPv6 Deployment Working Group is intended to bring together cable engineers, engineering managers and other thought leaders from the ...

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    Thu, 6 Oct 2011

  6. Cox Biz Customers Test-Drive IPv6

    Cox Business and several of the company's customers will participate in World IPv6 Day, the first global-scale test of next generation Internet addresses. IPv6 consists of 128 bits as compared to 32 bits in IPv4, resulting in approximately 340 undecillion (5 x 1...

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    Mon, 6 Jun 2011

  7. Cable Preps for IPv6 Day

    The Internet Society is coordinating a 24-hour test of IPv6, the next-generation Internet Protocol, on World IPv6 Day, June 8. Entities around the world will test the compatibility of web sites and associated networking technologies with IPv6. Cable operators ha...

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    Wed, 25 May 2011

  8. The Future Arrives for IPv6, and Cable Is Ready

    In the wake of the announcement that there are no more unallocated IPv4 addresses, operators and observers say that the cable industry is well prepared for the transition to the IPv6 address scheme. The relatively limited number of addresses in the IPv4 pool ...

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    Wed, 9 Feb 2011

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