Indotel successfully integrates IPv6

Wednesday 3 February 2016 | 18:35 CET | News
The Dominican Telecommunications Institute (Indotel) announced that it has successfully achieved the incorporation of IPv6 into its telecom network infrastructure. The initiative is part of the Dominican government's response to the global challenge presented by the saturation of devices accessing the internet, creating a shortage of Internet Protocol addresses (IP) available.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Dominican Republic
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