[ipv6hackers] "Stick to limited IPv6 deployments, businesses warned"
Eric Vyncke (evyncke)
evyncke at cisco.com
Mon Sep 3 11:44:58 CEST 2012
Good point regarding Windows XP. End of support is April 2014, this means that enterprises/Govt are actively moving away from XP.
Point taken though that consumers will take longer...
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> From: ipv6hackers-bounces at lists.si6networks.com [mailto:ipv6hackers-
> bounces at lists.si6networks.com] On Behalf Of Jim Small
> Sent: dimanche 2 septembre 2012 21:15
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> Subject: Re: [ipv6hackers] "Stick to limited IPv6 deployments, businesses
> Hi Tomas,
> > Fore those who might be interested in our experience with deploying
> > IPv6 within university campus we sum upt it in
> > http://ipv6.vutbr.cz/article/deploying-ipv6-practical-problems-from-the-
> > campus-perspective/
> A fabulous write up. In your conclusion though you seem to imply that
> Windows XP is widespread and "next-generation" versions of Windows will
> accelerate IPv6 deployment. Windows Vista was released on November 8, 2006
> and Windows 7 on July 22, 2009. Windows Vista and Windows 7 combined have
> had a greater market share than XP for quite a while and very recently
> Windows 7 has overtaken XP as the dominant O/S for web page views:
> Of course it may be different on Brno's campus, but globally XP's usage is
> steadily declining.
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