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Can IoT networking drive adoption of IPv6?

Source: networkworld.com

Feb 6, 2019 6:00 AM 2+ week ago

Enterprises have been slowly moving away from IPv4 and toward IPv6, but the process might be speeded up because adopting IPv6 has advantages for the booming business of networking the internet of things.Read more.

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