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IPv6 Still Gets No Respect in the United States

By David Morgenstern  |  Posted 06-15-2006 Print
Support for the next-gen Internet protocol is still on the back burner, according to a poll of IT directors at the Burton Group's Catalyst confab. But with IPv6 coming in Vista and required by federal contracts, the clock is ticking.


 

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