IPv6 Transition within Government: What the Future Holds Web Conference February 7, 2007

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The Office of Management and Budget has issued a directive that federal agencies must make the transition to IPv6 by 2008. Peter Tseronis, Co-Chair, CIO Council's IPv6 Working Group, will present tactics for meeting the transition requirements to IPv6 at this Xtalks produced web conference.

Xtalks is pleased to present the web conference IPv6 Transition within Government: What the Future Holds, scheduled for February 7, 2007.

In the United States, the Department of Defense declared in 2003 that they would move to IPv6 by the year 2008. They have been and continue to be at the forefront of the IPv6 transition process in the US. Consequently, the Office of Management and Budget has issued a directive that federal agencies must make the transition to IPv6 by the same year.

Peter Tseronis, Co-Chair, CIO Council's IPv6 Working Group, will present tactics for meeting the transition requirements to IPv6 at this Xtalks produced web conference.

At this point, with the deadline looming, agencies have a few key issues that need to be addressed for the transition to be smooth and comprehensive The first is ensuring interoperability with the network as they move from IPv4 to IPv6, and the second is maintaining security of the network throughout the transition and beyond. Advances in hardware, software, and telecommunications have assured that the transition will be successful.

There is still time to register for free at: http://www.xtalks.com/IPv6switch.ashx    

Take away points include:

  •     What are the necessary procedures for a smooth transition to IPv6 within Federal agencies?
  •     How has the DoD tackled the transition and what are the next steps?
  •     Strategies for overcoming interoperability failure
  •     Preparing for future products that will depend on IPv6

The IPv6 Transition within Government: What the Future Holds Web Conference takes place on, February 7, 2007, from 1:00pm-3:00pm ET.

Register for free: http://www.xtalks.com/IPv6switch.ashx    

About our Sponsor NTT Communications:

NTT Communications is a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. NTT Com provides high-quality, technologically advanced network management, security and solution services to consumers, corporations and governments on a global basis, with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Its world-class backbone network, combined with the networks of partner companies around the world, offers access to more than 200 countries. NTT Com Group has more than 30 companies in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and the Americas. The company has garnered several awards for its leading edge technologies, outstanding performance and customer service, including "World Communication Awards Best Customer Care - 2005." http://us.ntt.net/products/ipv6/

About Xtalks

Xtalks is part of The Honeycomb Worldwide Group of Companies. Honeycomb Worldwide creates peer-to-peer business-oriented social networking communities, connecting senior level executives by delivering content through new and established media channels and is currently ranked 15th on the Profit Hot 50 List of emerging Canadian companies. http://www.honeycombworldwide.com.

For more information on this conference or Xtalks in general, or to enquire about speaking opportunities or sponsoring future events, visit http://www.xtalks.com or contact Karen Anderson, Chief Marketing Officer, at phone: 312-977-1166, x. 1209.

Register for free at http://www.xtalks.com/IPv6switch.ashx.

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