Puerto Rico Internet Service Providers get Ready for the New Internet Protocol IPV6
The Telegraph facilities, home of the Federal Proposal: Puerto Rico Bridge Initiative was the setting for the first workshop offered on the island regarding the new Internet protocol, IPv6, and for which all telecommunications companies must be integrating in their systems if they don’t want to face problems in the future with their users addresses.
The IPV6 is developed because of the large volume of Internet addresses that are needed, since the current IPv4 protocol is running out. Companies such as Liberty, AT&T, Claro, Osnet, Worldnet, Aeronet, AWV Communications, Wireless Caribbean and federal initiatives such as Inteco, benefited from the workshop covering the topics of definition, migration and implementation of the new system that is making its way, by leaps and bounds in the growing world of technology. The workshop was given by Jose Rosa, from the Cisco company and who is an expert in the telecommunications industry and specifically in IPV6 protocol.