Strategic Advantages of IPv6

Ten years from now, there will be advantages in having IPv6-only Internet content, services, or architecture. These words were shared by Lee Howard during the webinar titled The Strategic Role of IPv6 in Digital Transformation. Organized by CITEL and LACNIC,


40 Years of IPv4 Legacy and Learnings Pave the Way for IPv6

IPv4, the IP protocol that popularized the Internet and allowed it to become a global network, is turning forty. While experts value the contributions and insights of four decades of IPv4, they agree that the time has come for massive IPv6 deployment to take


Tenth Edition of the IPv6 Challenge

LACNIC and the IPv6 Challenge evaluation committee invite the Latin American and Caribbean Internet community to participate in the tenth edition of this challenge. The IPv6 Challenge is an initiative created by the regional technical community and supported


The Challenge Faced by a Leading University in Latin America to Deploy IPv6

The University of Campinas (known as UniCAMP) in Sao Paulo, one of the three most outstanding universities in Latin America and leader in the number of patents in Brazil, presented its winning project in LACNIC’s IPv6 Challenge, within the framework of


Privacy in IPv6

Unlike the previous version of the Internet Protocol (IPv4), IPv6 is not encrypted by default, concluded Alejandro Acosta, R&D Coordinator at LACNIC, during one of the talks scheduled as part of the IPv6 Day webinar organized by the Internet Registry for


What Can the Region’s Governments Do to Promote IPv6 Deployment?

LACNIC CEO Oscar Robles called on the States of Latin America and the Caribbean to contribute to IPv6 development in the region, cooperating and collaborating with the organizations that are part of the Internet ecosystem. During a session titled Can


Increasing Number of Content Providers Adopt the Last Internet Protocol

LACNIC, the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean, presented recent data on the increase in the use of the last Internet Protocol IPv6 in South America, both by Internet users and by those providing Internet content. These measurements


IPv6 Is More Stable and Better Supported than 10 Years Ago

Internet Protocol version (IPv6) is more stable and better supported than it was ten years ago when we celebrated the first IPv6 Day, noted Lee Howard, international expert and keynote speaker at the IPv6 Day webinar organized by LACNIC. To mark the tenth


Regional IPv6 Adoption Statistics

IPv6 adoption figures have improved over the past six months in Latin America and the Caribbean. Some South American countries have significant IPv6 penetration rates, noted LACNIC CTO Carlos Martínez during the LACNIC 35 online event. A ranking comprised of


Universidade Estadual de Campinas Wins Ninth IPv6 Challenge:

Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UniCAMP) has been named the winner of the ninth edition of the IPv6 Challenge, an initiative created by the regional technical community and supported by LACNIC to recognize organizations working with the IPv6 protocol.