OECD report on the state of IPv6 April 10, 2010Posted by oecstimes in 1.
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“The penetration of operating systems that supports IPv6 indicates the number of Internet computers/devices that could potentially run IPv6 if IPv6 connectivity was available.
The number of potential users is quite high with over 90% of the installed base of operating systems being IPv6-capable, and roughly 25% of end users running an operating system that supports IPv6 by default in January 2010, such as Windows Vista or Mac OS X.
However, actual IPv6 connectivity by users is very low. A one year experiment by Google estimated that just 0.25% of users had IPv6 connectivity (and chose IPv6 when given the choice) in September 2009, up from less than 0.2% one year before. After France, the top countries by percentage of native IPv6 capable users in September 2009 were China, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United States, and Japan.” More