[arin-announce] Global IPv6 Penetration Survey Underway: Seeking Your Participation
info at arin.net
Mon Sep 22 08:52:33 EDT 2008
Six hundred organizations have responded thus far to the IPv6
Penetration Survey. Sponsored by ARIN, in cooperation with the
Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA), this survey
is gathering data regarding current and future use of IPv6 around the
We cordially invite and encourage all organizations in the AfriNIC,
APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, and RIPE NCC regions to participate in the survey
so we can establish a comprehensive view of present IPv6 penetration and
future plans for IPv6 deployment. The survey opened on 8 September and
remains available until 17:00 EDT on 1 October. The results of the
survey will be presented and discussed at the ARIN XXII Public Policy
and Members Meeting to be held in Los Angeles, CA 15-17 October 2008.
Additionally, the summary results will be shared with all the RIRs for
further distribution within their respective regions. The survey data
will support ongoing research.
The survey is composed of 22 questions that can be answered in a few
minutes. This is a secure survey and all data will be presented in
summary form only, and kept confidential between ARIN and CAIDA. When
you complete the survey you will be entered in a drawing for prizes, one
raffle per RIR region. You must provide your contact information to win.
Please take a few moments to complete the survey located at:
At the moment over fifty percent of the responses are from the RIPE NCC
region. We encourage all organizations in the ARIN region to
participate. If you don't have IPv6 resources at the moment we would
like to know why and you will only need to answer a few questions to
tell us so.
Questions regarding the survey should be directed to info at arin.net.
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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