The Internet as we know it is changing. NTT Communications is not just sitting back, watching the change set in. We are at the forefront, influencing Its every turn. Make the shift with the world leader in IPv6.
The number of free addresses is rapidly being depleted because of the Internet's success. The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) warns that at the rate the Internet is growing, we'll run out of available Internet space during the year 2011. With billions of users and Internet-enabled applications all over the world, we need room to grow.
The Solution: IPv6
IPv6 was designed to overcome the limitations of the current Internet protocol, IPv4. While IPv4 only allows for 4 billion nodes on the Internet, IPv6 dramatically increases address space from 32 to 128 bits, which provides 340 undecillion (340x1036) addresses. This will allow for every person on the planet to be designated millions of IP addresses, anticipated to be enough space to accommodate the expansion of the Internet to include every electronic device in the world, now and in the future.
Make the Transition
IPv6 is gradually replacing IPv4. During the transition, IPv6 and IPv4 will co-exist, with traffic steadily moving to IPv6. Our global backbone has already been fully upgraded to run dual stack—both IPv4 and IPv6. We invite you to join our network and experience the freedom of our IPv6 Native, Tunneling, and Dual Stack Gateway Services.
We Know IPv6
NTT Communications has been directly involved with the development and deployment of IPv6 technology since 1996. Our network was the first of its kind to offer commercially available dual-stack IPv6 transit in the U.S. and then globally. Our highly experienced IPv6 engineers have been on the forefront of IPv6 implementation for over a decade.
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