Hosting and cloud services enablement leader, Parallels, today announced at WorldHostingDays that it has delivered the first control panel to support IPv6 addresses and Server Name Indication (SNI) preserving IPv4 addresses. It also enables multiple SSL certificates on a single IP address. This one-two punch allows service providers to successfully deal with the imminent shortage of IPv4 addresses
Verizon has enabled IPv6 on its public IP backbone, allowing the use of the newer protocol by its business and government customers that need to send traffic across the US, Europe and Asia Pacific.
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