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Verio Launches IPV6 Services

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SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Verio, a subsidiary of NTT Communications and a leader in global IP solutions, today announced expanded functionality of the industry's first large-scale Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) commercial offering in North America. The NTT/VERIO IPv6 Gateway Services will now feature enhanced applications and support to enable companies to easily deploy IPv6-enabled devices.

Verio's ongoing commitment to deploy IPv6 services in North America is fueled by the multiple benefits that the next generation Internet platform delivers. Since the initial introduction of NTT/VERIO commercial IPv6 Gateway Services last December, companies have been able to take advantage of IPv6's enablement of secure point-to-point networking. This ubiquitous point-to-point communication between any and all appliances can enable traveling executives, for example, to securely view images from and control an IPv6-enabled security camera located at home, or commerce partners to conduct a secure video conference meeting over the Internet.

"As a global advanced networking and security provider, Juniper Networks' business relies on a very high standard of corporate Internet access," said Kim Perdikou, Chief Information Officer, Juniper Networks. "We tapped the NTT/VERIO IPv6 service, and are delighted with the stability of the solution. Apart from highly reliable and cost-effective service, the NTT/VERIO IPv4/v6 Dual Service gives us both IPv4 and native IPv6 connectivity. IPv6 functionality is a hallmark of our solutions, and support for IPv6 applications now and in the future is important both to our customers and to Juniper Networks," she added.

NTT/Verio Inc.

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