The purpose of these metrics is to further encourage the adoption of IPv6 and allow NZ’s progress to be benchmarked against other economies.
It aims to provide the following insights:
- status of service providers (supply side)
- status of content providers (demand side)
- level of actual uptake / usage of IPv6 (organisations and consumers)
- international comparison to our major trading partners
The benchmarking and metrics have been developed following these principles as closely as follows:
- publicly available data should be used
- historic data should (ideally) exist for chosen measures
- measures should target outcomes (results) wherever possible and not inputs
- leverage existing international frameworks where they exist
- ability to be replicated internationally by other economies
Service provider readiness
Availability of content and services
Usage and uptake
We also provide a detailed description of each metric.
- Q1 2012
The NZ IPv6 Taskforce acknowledges the significant support it has had in preparing this benchmarking and metric framework and in allowing existing data sets to be used.