TMCnews Featured Article
May 02, 2008
Fear Not VoIP World: Experts to Address Daunting IPv6 Transition
By Michael Dinan, TMCnet Editor
No one doubts that the new Internet Protocol IPv6 will surpass the current IP version will help the amount of Internet hosts and data grow steadily by dealing with a lack of IP addresses, routing and network auto-configuration.
What isn’t clear is whether today’s networks are ready for the transition, and that’s a major worry for VoIP networks that are based on the technology and use IPv4 to send voice conversations over the Internet.
The two protocols will coexist for many years, but the sooner VoIP service providers find out about IPv6 advantages, the more their networks can benefit from the innovation.
Join experts from Ontario, Canada-based MERA Systems (News - Alert) and TMCnet on May 20 for an educational webinar and explore how IPv6 affects your VoIP business.
Presenters Oleg Goryunov and Vitaly Potapov, MERA’s chief marketing officer and seniors sales manager, respectively, and Erik Linask (News - Alert), group managing editor at TMCnet, will discuss the most pressing issues of IPv6 transition.
Listeners will explore the most pressing issues of IPv6 transition, including how to: ensure carrier-grade quality, address voice delivery across firewall and network address translation, prevent denial of service attacks and enable 4-to-6 interoperability.
The webinar will be held at 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday, May 20.
Don't wait, Register now!