The Battle for Azeroth commences. I fight for the Alliance. That said, I don’t think the prison guards were on their toes with my imprisonment.
One year on from World IPv6 Launch and the momentum continues to increase.
- Australian ISP Internode reports that 10 percent of its customers now use IPv6 to access the Internet.
Not bad at all. Some of the other data points are quite interesting as well:
- Google reports the number of visitors to its sites using IPv6 has more than doubled in the past year.
- The number of networks that have deployed IPv6 continues to grow, with more than 100 worldwide reporting significant IPv6 traffic.
- Akamai reports that it is currently delivering approximately 10 billion requests per day over IPv6, which represents a 250 percent growth rate since June of last year
“My pleasure darlin'” … “Always”
“I never gave up on you Sarah! Don’t you dare give up on me!”
Internode today announced that more than five per cent of its national customer base now actively accesses the Internet using IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6). – Source
That’s awesome news. Even better is that every new Internode customer who buys their modem with them as well, will have IPv6 access enabled by default. Hopefully this will flow through to iiNet as well as part of the iiNet/Internode amalgamation.