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An update on IPv6 end user readiness among APEC econmies, including statistics, IPv6 end user measurements, and the work APNIC does in this space.

An update on IPv6 end user readiness among APEC econmies, including statistics, IPv6 end user measurements, and the work APNIC does in this space.


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IPv6 readiness among APEC TEL member economies

  1. 1. IPv6 readiness among APEC TEL member economies APEC TEL50, Brisbane, Australia 2nd October 2014 Miwa Fujii <miwa@apnic.net>
  2. 2. Agenda • Update on IPv6 end user readiness among APEC economies – Review of statistics as examples – Source: IPv6 ready end users measurement: http://labs.apnic.net/ipv6-measurement/ – Conclusion 2
  3. 3. IPv6 measurement End user readiness: World http://labs.apnic.net/ipv6-measurement/Regions/001%20World/ as of 16/09/013 http://labs.apnic.net/ipv6-measurement/Regions/001%20World/ as of 10/09/2014 3 At APEC TEL48, Sept, 2013 At APEC TEL50, Sept, 2014 48% increase in the last 12 months
  4. 4. The IPv6 economy league table http://labs.apnic.net/dists/v6dcc.html 4
  5. 5. IPv6 deployment leaderboard in the world 5 ASN Entity Economy IPv6 preferred rate 22394 Cellco Verizon Wireless US 35.62 2516 KDDI KDDI CORPORATION JP 29.61 18126 CTCX Chubu Telecommunications Company; Inc. JP 28.50 4739 INTERNODE-AS Internode Pty Ltd AU 13.49 4773 MOBILEONELTD-AS-AP MobileOne Ltd. Singapore SG 9.30 23655 SNAP-NZ-AS Snap Internet Limited NZ 8.72 7922 Comcast US 7.88 7470 TRUEINTERNET-AS-AP TRUE INTERNET Co.;Ltd. TH 6.83 55430 STARHUBINTERNET-AS-NGNBN Starhub Internet Pte Ltd SG 2.72 Sept 2013 ASN Entity Economy IPv6 preferred rate 22394 Cellco Verizon Wireless US 69.27 6848 Telenet N.V. BE 50.40 18126 CTCX Chubu Telecommunications Company; Inc. JP 36.94 31334 Kabledeucheland DE 34.23 21928 T-Mobile USA US 30.90 12322 Free SAS FR 28.39 2516 KDDI JP 27.13 29562 KableBW DE 28.11 55430 AT&T SG 26.27 Sept 2014
  6. 6. Australia 6 165% increase YoY 26 Sep 2013 flash IPv6 preferred: 0.474873
  7. 7. Australia IPv6 leaderboard 7
  8. 8. Telstra Australia 8
  9. 9. Japan 9 35% increase YoY
  10. 10. Japan IPv6 leaderboard 10
  11. 11. Singapore 11 29 Sep 13 flash IPv6 preferred: 2.90239 40% increase YoY
  12. 12. Singapore IPv6 leaderboard 12
  13. 13. Starhub Internet 13
  14. 14. Malaysia 14 29 Sep 13 flash IPv6 preferred: 0.203983 2000% increase YoY
  15. 15. Malaysia IPv6 leaderboard 15
  16. 16. TMnet 16
  17. 17. Russia 17 27 Sep 13 flash IPv6 preferred: 0.297171 100% increase YoY
  18. 18. Russia IPv6 leaderboard 18
  19. 19. USI OJSC Rostelecom 19
  20. 20. Peru 20 28 Sept 13 flash IPv6 preferred: 3.57218 116% increase YoY
  21. 21. Peru IPv6 leader board 21
  22. 22. Telefonica del Peru 22
  23. 23. USA 23 28 Sep 13 flash IPv6 preferred: 4.59975 128% increase YoY
  24. 24. USA IPv6 leaderboard 24
  25. 25. Verizon Wireless 25
  26. 26. T-Mobile USA 26
  27. 27. News from Korea • Korea began commercialized LTE service based on IPv6 – 25th Sept 2014 – http://www.whowired.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=404401 – SK Telecom launched IPv6 enabled commercial LTE services based on IPv6 – Multi-stakeholder approach among the network operator, local major content providers, equipment manufacturers supported by KISA KRNIC 27
  28. 28. Observation • IPv6 deployment is increasing steadily – But varies among regions, economies, and individual ASNs – Not happening simultaneously – Some economies and ASNs have been very active in terms of IPv6 deployment • Particularly some mobile network operators and cable TV operators • Once they enable IPv6 in their network and handsets, their end user readiness grows VERY rapidly 28
  29. 29. Data from Akamai (CDN) 29 akamai’s [state of the internet] Q2 2014 IPv6 Traffic Percentage, Top Network Providers by IPv6 Request Volume http://www.akamai.com/dl/whitepapers/akamai-soti-q214.pdf?campaign_id=F-MC-22494&curl=/dl/whitepapers/akamai-soti-q214.pdf&solcheck=1&WT.mc_id=soti_Q214&
  30. 30. Mobile networks • The business competency of mobile network operators: – Shifting from being a traditional voice and messaging provider to a mobile broadband service provider – Services on voice, messaging and data are converging on IP based services – Rapidly increasing LTE deployment in the region • Decision makers’ (mobile network operators) view – Ready to move to Voice over LTE? – Mobile cloud computing on top of the LTE network? – What are key building blocks for all-IP strategy? http://lteconference.wordpress.com/ 30
  31. 31. Input from industry • What are other operators doing? – Story form Australia – Sunny Yeung, Telstra Australia – “IPv6 Adoption Strategies” 31
  32. 32. Conclusion
  33. 33. APEC TEL IPv6 Guidelines 2010 • Scope of the document – Lead the industry by example in adopting IPv6 • Ensuring governments’ online presence via IPv4+IPv6 • New procurement requirements with IPv6 – Be ready with transition – do not buy legacy equipment! – Partnership between governments and industry • Periodic information exchange and collaboration – Human capacity development • Enhance IPv6 skills of technical staff • IPv6 training programs to be shared – International and cross-agency cooperation • Sharing information on IPv6 Best Current Practice • Avoid duplicating efforts IPv6 implementation 33
  34. 34. Governments’ support • IPv6 awareness among governments’ in the AP region is very high – Many initiatives from governments has been implemented • Partnership between the public and private sectors in various forms • Developing national policies and guidelines and roadmaps to enable IPv6 • Enabling IPv6 in government networks • Mandating for IPv6 readiness in government procurement for ICT goods and services • Raising IPv6 awareness among key people in the government and industry • Providing timely skill up training • Monitoring IPv6 deployment measurement and share information with industry • Include the necessity of IPv6 deployment in ministerial statements • Continuous engagement with industry will help – Adding IPv6 criteria in universal accessibility projects • Discussed at APEC TEL47 DSG Meeting – Adding IPv6 criteria in 3G+, 4G LTE network deployment? 34
  35. 35. www.apnic.net/ipv6 35
  36. 36. www.apnic.net/ipv6 36
  37. 37. APRICOT2015 37
  38. 38. THANK YOU www.facebook.com/APNIC www.twitter.com/apnic www.youtube.com/apnicmultimedia www.flickr.com/apnic www.weibo.com/APNICrir

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • V6 use ratio
  • Malaysia Telecom
  • They are a state controlled (state has more than 51% share), the biggest ISP in the country (broadband, with no mobile internet at the moment). They are also almost a monopoly ISP to serve government dependent sectors - like schools.

    They are scheduled to be privatized, but that moment has been postponed and might be postponed again.

    They were ordered by the government to start building fiber to Crimea to establish connectivity at least for the governmental needs. There was a closed debate whether this would drive them to sanction list. I personally hope that would not be the case.

    Rostelekom had recently developed and launched (by the gov order) a search engine (while Russia has Yandex, private company - a search engine that beats Google in the country) - that can filter content (like adult one, rude, violent etc.) and delivers social content and government-desirable content (including e-gov pieces).

    E-government system was also build by Rostelekom.

    I have a suggestion - include Rostelekom as clearly the biggest ISP with a third of market share and besides them you may also include someone more neutral - Beeline, for instance. It is also in top 3 ISPs, has both broadband and mobile, does 4G, 100% private and trades in NY, has the headquarters in Amsterdam (but still Russia is the origin and biggest market).

  • 3.57218
  • 4.59975
  • Korea has finally embraced the era of virtually unlimited internet addresses with the introduction of an IPv6 based LTE service. The MSIP(Ministry of Science, ICT and Planning) and the KISA(Korean Internet Security Agency) said on Thursday that it has started a commercialized LTE service based on IPv6 in partnership with SK Telecom, Samsung Electronics and Daum Communications.

  • IPv6 Traffic Percentage, Top Network Providers by IPv6 Request Volume

    Figure 11 lists the top 20 network providers by number of IPv6
    requests made to Akamai during the second quarter. The largest
    volume of IPv6 requests continued to come from cable and wireless
    providers, many of whom are leading the way for IPv6 adoption
    in their countries. Verizon Wireless led the pack, with 50% of
    requests from this United States-based wireless provider being
    made over IPv6. This observation is in line with statistics published
    by the Internet Society in a blog post in April, which noted that
    Verizon Wireless was approaching 50% IPv6
    as of that month.

    An additional four providers (Telenet, Brutele, Kabel Deutschland, and
    xs4all) all had more than a third of requests to Akamai over IPv6.
    Eleven more providers sent at least 10% of their content requests
    to Akamai over IPv6. Only the remaining four providers of the
    top 20 had IPv6
    request volumes below 10%in the first quarter,

    older customer premises equipment (cpe)
    and operating systems will limit the growth of IPv6
    adoption until they are replaced and/or upgraded