From IPv4 to IPv6: LambdaNet is ready for the future(PresseBox) (Hannover, )
IPv6 provides greater security than its predecessor, IPv4. But most of all, the next generation protocol solves the problem of address shortage. Experts anticipate that within the next year, IPv4 will already have reached the limit of its capacity and as of 2012 only a few addresses can be issued worldwide. But the sixteen byte long number sequences of IPv6 increase the previous number of addresses, about four billion, by a factor of 1029.This greater capacity is critical to the growth of the Internet and to achieving many visions of the future (such as mobile use of the Internet, Internetbased interactive television or everyday objects communicating via the Internet) in a widespread manner.
While the transition is in full gear in Asia and the US, up to now Europe has approached it with restraint. LambdaNet is one of the first providers to respond to the changeover at an early stage and prepare customers for the future now. IPv4 will continue to diminish in importance over the next decade. Thus it is all the more important and economically imperative for companies to make the transition in a timely manner without time pressure, to invest in technologies which are viable for IPv6 as well as to configure existing applications for the new protocol.
"With this action, LambdaNet makes its competitiveness for service provider and large corporations clear once again. A powerful, scalable service platform offers considerable advantages in both the carriertocarrier business as well as in solutions for business clients," explained Uwe Knoke, CEO of LambdaNet.
"Thus LambdaNet clients can be sure not to miss the connection and can also continue to engage internationally without difficulty. They can rely on the high quality and comprehensive service to which they are accustomed - at no extra charge, of course." The outstanding connectivity of the AS# 13237, (autonomous system, the division of authority on the Internet) can be tested on the Ripe home page t www.ripe.net .