Colocation Announces Its IPv6 Initiative

The company has announced an initiative to provide IPv6 to its clients to enhance their business operations.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Oct 27, 2010
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As reported on Host Review, Colocation America announced an initiative to provide IPv6 to its clients to enhance their business operations. Simplified routing, better support for security, larger address space and compatibility with mobile application are all part of the enhancement from IPv4 to IPv6 . With the adaption of this protocol the operation of these new services and devices has quickly sped up.


"'By embracing IPv6 technology, we are doing a great service not only for ourselves but also for our fantastic customers,' said Micheal Trunkett, President of Colocation America. 'Our clients will be able to experience this new protocol which brings a higher performance rate and less latency. With many years of experience in operating and developing new technology, we are fully IPv6 ready.'”

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