IPv6 – the next generation challenge for Service Providers

John Chambers on IPv6 at Google Conference :

As we near 2012 when the last IPv4 address is assigned to a new subscriber, SPs must maintain and continue to accelerate growth. Billions of new devices such as mobile phones, portable multimedia devices, sensors, and controllers will demand Internet connectivity in the next five years. SPs need a solution that supports unconstrained global accessibility.

CGv6 is designed to help SPs deal with these challenges. With CGv6, SPs can:

  • Preserve investments in IPv4 infrastructure, assets, and delivery models through the use of Large-Scale Network Address Translation, along with private IP addressing.
  • Prepare for the smooth, incremental transition to IPv6 services that are interoperable with IPv4 using high-performance Tunneling technologies, combined with Large-Scale Address Family Translation.
  • Prosper through accelerated subscriber, device, and service growth enabled by private IP and IPv6.

CGv6 extends the already wide array of IPv6 platforms, solutions, and services. We’re introducing a Carrier-Grade Services Engine (CGSE) for the CRS-1 family, as well as supporting new features for the ASR family. Cisco CGv6 helps you build a bridge to the future of the Internet with IPv6.

For more IPv6 related information, make sure to visit :

http://www.cisco.com/go/ipv6

John Chambers on IPv6 at Google Conference

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