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The New, New Internet IPv6: Technology's Next Big Step. DRIVERS RETURN On INVESTMENT VISION 2010. April 2006 Latif LADID. NAT. NAT. STUN-ned. From to. InterNET. InterNAT. From. Network of Networks. to. NATwork of NATworks.

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The New, New Internet IPv6: Technology's Next Big Step

DRIVERS

RETURN On INVESTMENT

VISION 2010

April 2006

Latif LADID

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NAT

STUN-ned

slide6

Fromto

InterNET

InterNAT

From

Network of Networks

to

NATwork of NATworks

slide7

The significant problems we face cannot be solved by thesame level of thinkingthatcreatedthem.

-- Albert Einstein

slide8

66%

14%

18%

1.9%

0.1%

World Population

IP Address Scarcity Hits The Poor!

Address Space

for EveryOne & Everything

slide10

Some People

Are Still in Denial

Worldwide Internet Penetration %

2005 1.0

2010 1.6

2015 2.3

2020 3.2

15%

25%

35%

50%

IPv6

ISPs !

IPv4

OSI !

environmental scarcity and conflict from thomas f homer dixon 1999
Environmental Scarcity and Conflictfrom Thomas F. Homer-Dixon (1999)

End-user

Internet

Address

Networks

Regulation

Address Trade

Move to Abundance enabled by IPv6

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Internet Generations

104

Pioneers

Email, FTP

9.6 Kbps

Gov. Internet

109- Net10

Innovators

NAT engineers

WWW- Client/Server

33 Kbps

Public Internet

ArpaNET

InterN E T

New InterN E T

1038

EveryOne

Everything

Wireless, Streaming

Media, P2P, GRID

1 Mbps +

Global Internet

InterN A T

IPv6

IPv4/NAT

NCP

TOURISTS

DIAL-UP INTERNET

ALWAYS-ON

RESIDENTS

slide13

”Running out IP

Addresses is like

running out Oil!”

Vint Cerf 2004

Emergency

Some Urgency

No Urgency

slide14

IPv6 FORUM

Supported by:

The 21st Century

Truly Global Effort

IP Version 6 Working Group (ipv6)

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IPv6 Forum BOARD

- Honorary Chairman: Vint Cerf

Latif LADID

Preisdent

Jim Bound

CTO

Marc Blanchet,

Bob Hinden

Patrick Cocquet,VP

Takashi Arano

Liu Dong

Bob Fink

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IPv6 Technical Directorate

Chair: Jim Bound

Allison Mankin

Christian Huitema

Steve Deering

Scott Bradner

Brian Carpenter

Charlie Perkins

Thomas Narten

Erik Nordmark

YanickPouffary

Thomas Ecklund

slide19

Political Goodwill

Sep 2000

Dr. Jun Murai

Japan:First Mover

PM Mori

u-Japan 2005

slide20

Political Goodwill

Feb 2001

Yong-Jin Kim

Korea:2nd Mover

IT 8-3-9 Strategy

Chin Dae-je Minister of MIC

slide21

Political Goodwill

Feb 2001

i2010

eEurope 2005

Erkki Liikanen Joao Da Silva Mario Campolargo Ulf Dahlsten

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Political Goodwill

Vincent Chen

R.C. Taiwan

IPv6 Forum

Oct 2001

R.C. TAIWAN

Dr. LIN, Fer-Chin

Minister of State

(w/o Portfolio)

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Security & Defence Industry

Jim Bound

CTO IPv6 Forum

Chair NAv6TF

Oct 2002

Oct 2002

Richard Clarke Howard Schmidt John Osterholz Marilyn Kraus

slide24

Political Goodwill

Liu Dong

China

IPv6 Council

Nov 2003

Dr. Wu Hequan

VP, Chinese

Academy of Engineering

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Political Goodwill

Gopi Garge

VP

IPv6 Forum

India

May 2004

INDIA

Dr. Govind, MCIT

Ten Point Agenda

Point 6 is IPv6 by 2006

May 2004

Mr. Satyen Gupta, TRAI

Minister  Maran

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I P v 6 F o r u m

C h a p t e r s

IPv6 Task Forces

Around The World

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IPv6 Forum Chapters (10)

IPv6 Task Forces (25)

Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Downunder!

Malta

Finnish

Swedish

rti report to ntia nist on ipv6
RTI Report to NTIA/NIST on IPv6

1 B$ Update Cost 10 B$ Cost Savings PER YEAR10:1 Return on Investment

ease of deployment cost savings validated by two japanese cases

2469

MJ/㎡year

A/C

Light

Heat

Oth

29.4% Reduction

1744

MJ/㎡year

Ease Of Deployment & Cost Savings Validated by two Japanese Cases
  • IP-Phone (FreeBit)What was achieved with IPv6?
    • installed 20,000 terminals to a dormitory operatorto manage

distributed facilities

    • Simplifies Network design / re-design
    • Reduces the required human-resources and its costs

1

20,000

How to use sensor networksto save energy in building system

2

29.4%

Hiroshi ESAKI, Ph.D

staying with ipv4 nat
Staying with IPv4/NAT

Imagine the Internet as a plane!

1 Billion Passengers!

8 000 Pilots

Running out of kerozene ?!!

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The New Internet

The TWO-WAY Internet

End 2 End

Ressource

Sharing

Filesharing

Instant

Communication

Collaborative

Computing

Interactive

Wide Open Again for INNOVATION

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SHORT TERM DRIVERS

3G

VoIP

VPN

GAMING

Broadband

slide38

LONG TERM DRIVERS

Remote

Control

Triple

Play

NGN

Embeded

Wimax

slide39

LONG TERM DRIVERS

IMS

GRID

Home

IPTV

CAR2CAR

slide40

LONG TERM DRIVERS

Building

Automation

RFID

P2P

Sensors

Emergency

slide41

IPv6

New Economic Expansion

New Lifestyles

On the New Net

research deployment
Research & Deployment

Luxembourg

U-2010

education example greek public school network
Built off Greek NREN (GRNET):

7 GRNET nodes

82 GSN distribution routers

~10,000 schools

Each school today has two IPv4 /30 subnets

Access network

Loopback

NAT interior

Education ExampleGreek Public School Network
v6 isp deployment
v6 ISP Deployment

IIJ, NTT Comm/VERIO, NTT-East,

DTI, PoweredCom, Nifty, JapanTelecom,

KDDI, AT&T JENES, MEX,

STNet, HTCN, Freebit, Miako, Biglobe

6.1.2005:

1150 IPv6

179

598

360

13

15 ISPs

- KT (Korea Telecom)

- DACOM

- HANARO

+ 70 SME ISPs

broadband access
Broadband Access

Europe

e-Taiwan

India BB

BBTTH – 2008

6 Mio Users

BBTTH – 2008

20 Mio Users

Japan

winning defence
Winning Defence

IPv4

IPv6

Peace

Green

Germany

France

Korean

winning microsoft
Winning Microsoft

Jawad Khaki

  • Benefits:
    • Dramatically improves speed
    • Limitless scalability
    • Minimum server requirements
    • Very cheap
    • Needs End2end

Avalanche

Triple Play Time is over – BitTorrent wins

car industry
Car Industry

Building on 0.4 Billion Cars

home networking
Home Networking

Feel6

IPv6 Centrex

in the making v6 devices
In the making: v6 Devices

RF-ID &

PDA

NOKIA

Bio Sensors

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14%

4%

82%

Phase 1 : 229 products

Phase 2 : 37 products

(as of April 1, 2006)

Dr. Hiroshi Esaki

30 (S)

8 (G)

191 (S)

28 (G)

8 (S)

1 (G)

Hiroshi Miyata

Cesar Viho

Ben Schultz

global ipv6 summits
Global IPv6 Summits

12 Summits in 2004

24 000 Delegates in 2004

The Largest Non-formal IPv6 University

12 Summits in 2005 /2006

24 000 Delegates

The Largest Non-formal IPv6 University

12 Summits in 2004

24 000 Delegates in 2004

The Largest Non-formal IPv6 University

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Worldwide IPv6 ROADMAP

North American v6 TF, Latin/South A.

Japan, China, Korea,Taiwan,..

North Africa

IPv6 Global Harmonized Roadmap

INDIA

Latin America

NATIONAL TASK FORCES

EU

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2001

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The New Internet

IPv4

Roadmap

1 billion +

Connected Devices

IPv6

NCP

T w o - w a y

I n t e r n e t

IP Evolution

WWW

Email @

100m

2010

1983

1999

2005

1969

Worldwide Wireless

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IPv6 is an Iceberg

The End-User

will not see but

feel all of it !