IPv6 Update

IPv6 Deployment Growth

The percentage of users that access Google over IPv6 has now hit 8.93%.

Source: https://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html

Of the Alexa top 1 million most popular websites on the Internet, the number running IPv6 for their main website has increased to 58,298.

Of the 52,158 networks in the world running BGP, the number running IPv6 has increased to 10,416, or 20%.

The global IPv6 routing table has passed 23,800 IPv6 prefixes.

Source: http://bgp.he.net/ipv6-progress-report.cgi

Earlier this year Hurricane Electric became the first Internet backbone to connect to over 100 different Internet exchanges.

These exchange point connections improve the regional connectivity of Hurricane’s network and provide Hurricane Electric’s customers with increased throughput, reduced latency and improved reliability.

Hurricane Electric Updated Network Map

We’ve updated our network map to reflect new cities and circuits.

Updated Network Map: http://he.net/HurricaneElectricNetworkMap.pdf

Hurricane Electric now has over 14,000 BGP sessions with over 4000 IPv4 and IPv6 networks at over 100 different exchange points in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Colocation Cabinet Special for Hurricane Electric Customers and Users

Thank you for being a Hurricane Electric Customer or User.

In celebration of passing the 100 exchange point and 4000 connected networks mark Hurricane Electric is offering existing customers and users a Full 42U cabinet in our data center in Fremont, California, US with 15 amp 120 volt power and 1 Gbps on gige Internet bandwidth for $400/month total.  (Limit one per customer.)

Details: http://he.net/special.pdf

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