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NANOG Presentation by Alexander Azimov explores why #IPv6   is often faster than #IPv4  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFPQ5e52-vg&feature=youtu.be&t=6m31s

#BGP   #NANOG   #routing   #speedtest  
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We're Hiring a Network Engineer in Fremont, California! Join the Hurricane Electric team in operating and expanding our global Internet backbone.  http://blog.he.net/2015/07/15/now-hiring-network-engineer/
JOB DESCRIPTION. Location: South Bay Area – Fremont, California. Looking for a position at a large, stable, and growing technology company? Looking to contribute to a team with worldwide reach and impact? Hurricane Electric seeks a network engineer to join our Operations team in operating and ...
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"Hurricane Electric stands by ready to provide dual stack IPv6 and IPv4 transit to any networks that have a new found awareness of why they need to deploy IPv6 within their network and need an IP Transit provider for who this is something they do everyday for thousands of other major networks." (from the article)
ARIN reports it only has about two to four weeks of IPv4 Internet address blocks left.
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Much speculation says that Verizon does not want to deal in wireline services anymore, which includes FiOS (of which I am a subscriber).  So chances are they're not going to do much of anything until they sell off those divisions.  Then maybe I can get a PD from them via DHCPv6.  Until it's sold I am disappointed that it is unlikely I will be able to use anything other than a HE tunnel.

I should at this point commend Time Warner Cable that for a couple years now, they have delegated prefixes on their systems local to me.  However one of their biggest downfalls is that they deny the ARIN delegation in ip6.arpa (the usual diagnostic message from lookup tools being SERVFAIL).  I discontinued their service because it became more expensive for less bandwidth, and therefore jumped over to FiOS.
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"IPV6: Adapt or Perish" (by Mike Leber) Data Center Post 
Modern data center technology compatible with IPv6 is also a highly important factor as companies seek superior levels of communication
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Thank you very much for what you do, offering tunnel brokering and DNS for no charge. The T-shirt for being certified a Sage was nice too.
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Hurricane Electric has updated our Network Map:  
High-resolution PDF at http://he.net/HurricaneElectricNetworkMap.pdf
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This map shows Canada expansion to Edmonton and Saskatoon! Are you live yet?
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We're Hiring a Network Engineer in Fremont, California!  Join the Hurricane Electric team in operating and expanding our global Internet backbone. 
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I wish Verizon would adapt and offer PD or static assignment on (all of?) their FiOS system(s).
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Hurricane Electric is now live at Telenor in Belgrade (Beograd), Serbia; we now have POPs in 17 European countries, 20 US states, 5 Canadian provinces, and 4 Asian nations. We are now taking orders for 100BaseT, GigE, 10GE, & 100Gbps service. http://he.net/ip_transit/
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Hurricane Electric is now live at KINX in Seoul, South Korea (our fifth city in Asia, and our 23rd country worldwide). We are now taking orders for 100BaseT, GigE, 10GE, & 100Gbps service. http://he.net/ip_transit/
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Fremont 1 (FMT1): 760 Mission Court Fremont, CA 94539 Fremont 2 (FMT2): 48233 Warm Springs Blvd. Fremont, CA 94539 San Jose 1 (SJC1): 55 South Market Street San Jose, CA 95113
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Colocation, IPv4 and IPv6 Transit, Transport, and Dedicated Servers
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Hurricane Electric, founded by Mike Leber in 1994, is a leading Internet Backbone and Colocation provider which operates a global IPv4 and IPv6 network, running N-by-10 Gbps links throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and owns several datacenters.
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