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"Successful introduction of IPv6, first in specific geographic and fields of application, and later in the core of the network, is one of the most strategic requirements for the continued growth of the Internet.  ISOC will continue to support relevant standards work, will support related education and training activities, and will be watchful for any public policy issues affecting the deployment of IPv6."  ISOC Member Briefing #6 The Transition to IPv6 Jan 2002


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  • IPv6 at Facebook  -  Donn Lee, Facebook   ( slides ) Google IPv6 June 2010

Mobile Wireless

  • IPv6 on 3GPP networks: a brief overview - David Kessens, Nokia Siemens Networks   ( slides )
  • IPv6 strategy and trials at T-Mobile USA -  Cameron Byrne, T-Mobile USA   ( slides )
  • IPv6 deployment plans at Verizon Wireless  - Benjamin Parker, Verizon Wireless   ( slides )
  • Mobile Broadband and IPv6 in Slovenia   - Jan Zorz,   ( slides )
  • Wes Simonds, Wireless IPv6 , WiFi Planet Tutorials (Jan. 14, 2005)
  • "The use of IPv6 is mandated in Release 5 of the Universal Mobile Telecommunications System standard (UMTS) from the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), which develops standards for advanced mobile networks. Specifically, UMTS Release 5 mandates IPv6 in all handsets and the 3G Internet Multimedia Subsystem is defined to run only on IPv6." [AT&T New Gen IP]
  • M Wasserman, IETF RFC 3314, Recommendations for IPv6 in Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Standards (Sept. 2002) ("This document contains recommendations from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) IPv6 Working Group to the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) community regarding the use of IPv6 in the 3GPP standards. Specifically, this document recommends that the 3GPP specify that multiple prefixes may be assigned to each primary PDP context, require that a given prefix must not be assigned to more than one primary PDP context, and allow 3GPP nodes to use multiple identifiers within those prefixes, including randomly generated identifiers.")
  • IPv6 in Mobile Wireless Networks , CISCO White Papers (nd) (" Wireless data services are expected to encourage the adoption of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) because of the quickly expanding number of IP-addressable devices. These services are expected to increase with the move to the Third-Generation Partnership Program Universal Mobile Telephony System Technical Specifications (3GPP UMTS), including the adoption of Internet Multimedia Services (IMS). Smooth transition to IPv6 in IP backbones, and possibly later in the Radio Access Network (RAN), is the goal stated in 3GPP specifications. ")
  • Adoption of IPv6 Within the Wireless Community , Light Reading (May 2, 2002)



  • AT&T broadband transition to IPv6 using 6rd  - Chris Chase, AT&T   ( slides ) Google IPv6 June 2010
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