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NANOG 66, held in San Diego this week from February 8-10, offered plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues, freshen-up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, and discover new network applications. The conference certainly met our expectations, from the content, attendees, to even simply the perfect weather in San Diego. Our…

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6connect’s CEO, Aaron Hughes, worked amongst IPv6 leaders for the past several months on creating the IGF 2015 Best Practices Forum on IPv6, a ~70 page document that was prepared for the International Governance Forum held in November in Brazil. In addition to spending several months preparing this important industry…

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6connect’s CEO, Aaron Hughes, worked amongst IPv6 leaders for the past several months on creating the IGF 2015 Best Practices Forum on IPv6, a ~70 page document that was prepared for the International Governance Forum held in November in Brazil. In addition to spending several months preparing this important industry…

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6connect’s CEO, Aaron Hughes, worked amongst IPv6 leaders for the past several months on creating the IGF 2015 Best Practices Forum on IPv6, a ~70 page document that was prepared for the International Governance Forum held in November in Brazil. In addition to spending several months preparing this important industry…

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6connect’s CEO, Aaron Hughes, worked amongst IPv6 leaders for the past several months on creating the IGF 2015 Best Practices Forum on IPv6, a ~70 page document that was prepared for the International Governance Forum held in November in Brazil. In addition to spending several months preparing this important industry…

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought together more than 170,000 attendees in Las Vegas last week. Over 3,600 presenters exhibited gadgets, software, services and innovations that they believe will take off in a major way in 2016. As in years past, there were smart cars, TVs, drones and plenty of electronics demos. However,…

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The 5.1.4 release of ProVision will be live on Wednesday morning (January 6th) and available from the Customer Download area. We wanted to wrap up 2015 and do some feature clean up, and also set the stage for 2016. We kept this release simple: Minor bug fixes/usability enhancements related to…

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If you are still on the fence about IPv6 and think the magical IPv4 unicorn fairy is going to fix it, you can ignore this post and consider finding a support group for all that will trouble you in 2016 (please reference below meme). 2016 is right around the corner,…

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We are pleased to announce that we have updated three whitepapers: Reducing Network Complexity with Automated Provisioning for Enterprises, Reducing Network Complexity with Automated Provisioning for Service Providers, and Service Provider Network Control: Dynamic Provisioning of Flat Networks. The first two whitepapers outline trends contributing to network complexity, provisioning challenges…

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