Red flags raised about fed’s IPv6 plans

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Red flags raised about fed's IPv6 plans

Without more government leadership on the transition to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), U.S. commerce could potentially face “devastating” competition from Europe and Asia.

According to testimony before a House panel Wednesday, Europe and Asia have invested more than $800 million in the next generation IP protocol designed for more address space, mobility and security in peer-to-peer networking. Japan’s NTT has more IPv6 customers than all American companies combined.

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