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June 2009 Blog Posts (4)

Introducing gogo6

Well it’s official, our new company gogo6 is up and running! In a deal that took six long months to complete, gogo6 is taking over from where Hexago left off. You’ve probably heard the saying, “it’s a marathon, not a sprint.” Well in the case of IPv6 it’s a long distance relay race, not a marathon.



When Hexago was founded it was believed the migration to v6 was only a few years away. It was believed that the path there was v4 -> dual stack -> v6. But when the network engineers… Continue

Added by Bruce Sinclair on June 30, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

IPv6, LTE and IPSO… Not So Long Term Evolution to 50 billion devices

Posted by Yves Poppe, our guest blogger



Who would dare to predict the year the internet will reach 50 billion addressable devices?



Thomas Noren, head of LTE product development at Ericsson sees (1) one day 50 billion devices shouldered by LTE. He sees LTE as the truly global standard putting to rest the long and acrimonious rivalry between CDMA and GSM protagonists and even sees the Chinese third way with their TD-SCDMA aligned on LTE. Mobile Wimax is, in his mind,… Continue

Added by gogo6 on June 29, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

Mobile Mania

A few years ago we exhibited at the GSMA Mobile Asia Congress in Macau. We reasoned that the increased popularity in smart phones would drive the mobile operators to require an IP address in every handset. This internal conclusion was supported by discussions with our Japanese customers with large mobile networks on the difficulties of managing overlapping addresses in "ten" networks and the work that was going on at the 3GPP standards committee on the requirement of IPv6 for IMS… Continue

Added by Bruce Sinclair on June 9, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

IPv6... does LTE stand for Not So Long Term Evolution ?

Posted by Yves Poppe, our guest blogger



The Wall Street Journal reported (1) that AT&T saw wireless networks about to drown under a deluge of data. To see Youtube content uploaded form an iPhone or Slingbox rerouting a favourite television program to your smart phone gives mobile network operators the shivers. Skype over 3G in the meantime gives sleepless nights, not because of surging megabyte floods but due to nightmares of considerable voice and roaming revenues washing… Continue

Added by gogo6 on June 5, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

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