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IPv6 adoption markedly improved in 2016: CIRA

Briefs | 05/11/2017 6:54 pm EDT

Canada has made significant strides in improving its network infrastructure as Internet service providers (ISPs) increased their adoption of the IPv6 protocol in 2016, according to a new report by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority.

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