IPv6 Forum, UNH-IOL Launch Multi-Vendor IPv6 Net

The IPv6 gorum launches Boundv6 network

September 9, 2011

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TOKYO, BEIJING, LUXEMBOURG and NEW HAMPSHIRE -- The IPv6 Forum launches the son of Moonv6 http://www.moonv6.org/ which was initiated by Jim Bound († 2009) back in 2004 as the largest permanently deployed multi-vendor IPv6 network in the world led by the North American IPv6 Task Force and the University of New Hampshire - InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), Internet2, vendors, service providers and regional IPv6 Forum Task Force network pilots worldwide.

In the memory of Jim Bound, this project will be called BOUNDv6. Jim in his interview with NetworkWorld back in 2004 had the vision and the audacity to make big things happen:http://www.networkworld.com/news/2004/092704ipv6qa.html?nl

The goal of the Boundv6 network is to create a permanent multi-vendor network environment connecting initially IPv6 ready logo approved labs and USG approved labs where the community can test IPv6 enabled applications and devices in meaningful test scenarios which will form the base of the NEW INTERNET.

UNH-IOL IPv6 Testing Consortium

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