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Re: North America not interested in IP V6
Where is the money in TCP/IP? We have mature, stable, network technologies
that have proven themselves in the marketplace. TCP/IP is a toy used
by the academic community and will never amount to anything.
-- Arguments I heard against TCP/IP circa 1990.
The US military is starting to demand IPv6 in RFPs <--- Look here! MONEY!
On Thursday, Jul 31, 2003, at 11:15 America/Chicago, Michel Py wrote:
Jeroen Massar wrote: It has a timeline (slides 47-50) showing the US falling behind for at least 3 years... come on US show what you are good for :)Show me where there is money to make with IPv6 first :-) There are some exceptions, but here v6 is somehow like ISDN: I Still Don't Need. Michel.
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