The Internet Society has designated 6 June 2012 as the global launch date for IPv6, by which time it is expects many major web sites and equipment vendors to have permanently enabled IPv6 for their products and services. Internode has joined a handful of global ISPs so far committed to the project.
The Internet Society has launched Deploy360, a programme that aims to "provide real-world deployment information initially for IPv6 and DNSSEC and, over time, for additional Internet technologies."
The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force is tipping 2012 to be the watershed year for IPv6 adoption in New Zealand, saying that many government organisations anticipate making at least some of their public services available natively on IPv6."
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