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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Facebook and Google is committed to support IPv6

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ShoutBloger: A day after a successful experiment for 24 hours using ipv6 address, Facebook, Google and Yahoo said they will begin to support permanently upgrade to IP at their main site.

We saw 65 percent growth in our IPv6 sites traffic on the World of ipv6 day, said Lorenzo Colitti, IPv6 Software Engineer at Google, as reported by Info World on Saturday June 11, 2011.

Not just Google, Facebook a giant social networking getting encouraging results when tested the internet ipv6 protocol.

At Facebook, we saw more than 1 million users we contacted us in ipv6 address, said Don Lee, a senior network engineer at Facebook.

There are no technical problems in a period of 24 hours. Encouraged by the positive comments on our blog, this is very interesting to see how passionate people about ipv6 address around the world, said Don Lee.

The impact of these positive results, Facebook has decided to support IPv6 on its website for developers, which is located at developers.facebook.com.

We will continue to adapt our entire code base to support IPv6, added Lee. IPv6 will allow the Internet to continue an amazing development, he said.

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