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IPv6 rollout in the UK: A BIS Departmental report

Reports on the results of research by The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) consultants into how UK industry could facilitate…

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IPv6 rollout in the UK: A BIS Departmental report

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Reports on the results of research by The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) consultants into how UK industry could facilitate the migration in the internet from the use of the IPv4 protocol to the IPv6 protocol.

This internet protocol (IP) move is required due to the impending shortage of IPv4 internet addresses. The report makes recommendations for the UK to build on to determine the direction to take.

 

 

This publication was originally published by the Department for Business, Industry and Skills.  The policy area in which this publication sits was transferred to DCMS in December 2010

Published 7 February 2011