Executive Telecom Briefing: IPv6 Market Opportunities; http://www.telecombriefings.com/brief_T12.html
BOSTON --(Business Wire)-- Feb. 2, 2005 -- Information Gatekeepers Inc. (IGI), in cooperation with the North American IPv6 Task Force, will organize a one-day executive telecom briefing on IPv6 Market Opportunities on March 2, 2005 at the Burlington Marriott near Boston.
The deployment of IPv6 networks in the US and in several other countries has taken off since last year. Governments in the US, China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Germany are committing millions of dollars in building IPv6 networks. Many large carriers and ISPs are currently supporting IPv6 traffic at commercial levels.
China recently announced that the country has built what it claims to be the largest IPv6 network in the world. Japan's NTT was the first Japanese commercial ISP to offer IPv6 service in Japan, Europe and the US. The Korean government also announced plans to spend millions to deploy an IPv6 network by 2010.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) plans to establish IPv6 in all Internet and intranet systems department-wide by 2008. Other federal agencies such as the Department of Transportation, the Department of Homeland Security and the Dept. of Commerce have also voiced interest in IPv6. The DoD's mandate has led many private sector companies who service DoD, equipment vendors and system integrators alike, to ramp up their product and service offerings.
This flurry of activities has offered great business opportunities to industry players.
Now is the most crucial time for industry players such as Equipment vendors, VARs, Integrators and venture capitalists, to get involved in IPv6. It is critical to hear from the industry leaders and get their perspectives on standards, deployment models and market forecasts.
Who Should Attend this Event:
-- Venture Capitalists
-- System Integrators
-- VARs (Value-Added Resellers)
-- Datacom Equipment Vendors
-- Government Agencies
-- Financial Community
-- Applications Software Developers
For more information about the event or to register visit: http://www.telecombriefings.com/brief_T12.html
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