Lindsay Hill comments on his blog:
IPv6 adoption has been slow. But I think it’s reaching a tipping point. I’m very close to calling 2015 “The year of IPv6.” There’s plenty of people who won’t believe me, but the statistics are very interesting. You need to keep a close on eye on what the data is saying.
Recently I asked the question “What percentage of Internet traffic needs to be IPv6 for you to consider IPv6 to be mainstream/arrived/the year of IPv6?”
Which “Year of IPv6” are we on again? I keep forgetting. Adoption will not be spurred until there is a major driver to adopt IPv6. Customers have to need it bad enough that service providers can’t ignore it.
Read more at: The Year of IPv6?
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