The digital world is based on Internet Protocol (IP). With device to device communication becoming a reality and more and more connected devices,we know that IPv4 addresses have been completely exhausted. As a result, communication service providers, product vendors and enterprises alike must embrace IPv6.
It is evident that IPv6 and IPv4 will coexist for many years. However, to realize the true potential of the digital economy and to enable next generation services, operators will have to plan their IPv6 migrations soon. The transition to IPv6 is a tedious task given the complexities related with the migration. Because IPv6 is not backward compatible, companies must carefully plan for migrations to avoid any negative impact to business continuity.
WTM has vast experience in building and managing complex IP networks on a global scale. It is therefore well positioned to provide IPv6 transition services to enterprises, service providers and manufacturers of all sizes and in any part of the world. The table below highlights WTM's competencies that address the key complications of any IPv6 migration.
WTM's Approach to IPv6 Migration
Organizations that are at an advanced stage of planning will also benefit from WTM's practical experience in rolling out and managing the next-generation of devices and networks.
And finally, organizations that already have an IPv6 network up and running will benefit from WTM's experience in IPv6 application development to recoup some of the investments made in the IPv6 migration.