Korea Increases IPv6 Address Number to 10 Million by 2010

Korea Increases IPv6 Address Number to 10 Million by 2010
The Korean Ministry of Information and Communication is set to increase the number of IPv6 addresses, the next generation Internet Protocol, to 10 million by 2010. To that end, it plans to encourage IMv6 registration by improving the related system, developing business models and disseminating information.
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