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World IPv6 Launch day
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World IPv6 Launch – this time it’s for real

Tomorrow, June 6, is World IPv6 Launch day - the date at which the internet's biggest vested participants have agreed to permanently enable IPv6 on their products and services to ensure the internet's "continued growth as a platform for innovation and economic development".
World IPv6 Day begins June 8th, 2011
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World IPv6 Day is “important milestone” in solving IPv4 address exhaustion

World IPv6 Day begins tomorrow Wednesday, June 8th, and marks an “important milestone” in the development of a long-term solution to IPv4 address exhaustion and the continued growth of the open internet, according to Google. Starting at midnight UTC on June 8th over four hundred companies and organisations, including Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Facebook and Mozilla, will enable IPv6 on their main websites.
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IPv6, Ireland, and the future of the internet

A lot of debate has been circulating in recent months about the subject of IPv6 and how it will be the saviour of the internet as we know it. In this article we try to explain what exactly IPv6 is, why it’s so important for the continued success of the internet, and how prepared Ireland is for its imminent deployment.