Archive | July, 2012

RadioNZ to interview Vint Cerf – tune in!

Next week, IPv6 cheerleader Vint Cerf will be interviewed by Radio New Zealand¬† about the battle for control of the net and why he believes the issue of state sovereignty is at the core of the Internet’s problems. To listen, tune into RNZ’s Nine to Noon programme on Tuesday 7 August at 9.05am. www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon Cerf […]

IPv6 – why you should care!

Why should you care about IPv6 and what are the consequences of not having IPv6 support? Task Force Technical Convenor Dean Pemberton answers this most important of questions: The hard thing about IPv6 adoption is that there is no hard-date. It’s not like y2k where we had a date to work to. ¬†The time when […]