Major Mobile US Networks Pass 50% IPv6 Threshold
Posted on August 19, 2016 by Mat Ford
In our year-end blogpost in December of 2015 we highlighted the enormous progress that IPv6 deployment had made in 2015 by obtaining aggregated data from our sources for the four major US mobile providers:
– Verizon Wireless (AS22394)
– T-Mobile USA (AS21928)
– Sprint Wireless (AS3651)
– AT&T Wireless (AS20057)
At that time, in aggregate, these providers were delivering 37.59% of their traffic over IPv6 to major IPv6-capable content providers. We suggested then that, “2016 looks set to be the year that IPv6 becomes the dominant Internet Protocol for mobile networks in the US.”
I don't know how mobile differs from non-mobile and why they find the transition easier or more expedient.
Google tells me that 11% of folks hitting them are ipv6.
Which in turn tells me that mobile users do not use google nearly as often as stationary users.
Earlier I asked
Mr. Lister wrote: Why web developers find it necessary to segment an internet article into pages, I do not know. Perhaps someone here will pontificate on the matter.
And nobody did. Fags.
I figure that breaking an article into pages
1) increases your page ranking in google
2) gives you a greater hit count
3) provides an opportunity to show you more ads
and most importantly
4) tells the publisher which writers are being read through to the end.