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China eyes next-generation Internet

By Zhang Yixuan (People's Daily Overseas Edition)

08:47, January 05, 2012

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

IPv6 is coming, for real this time

China will put Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) into small-scale commercial pilot use and form a mature business model by the end of 2013, the State Council recently said at an executive meeting about the main goals and road map for the China Next Generation Internet project.

The country will then deploy the IPv6-based network on a large scale, and build a bridge between major IPv4- and IPv6-based services between 2014 and 2015.

This indicates the coming of the next-generation Internet featuring more IP addresses, greater capacity, and faster speed.

Why IPv6?

The next-generation Internet mainly refers to a new generation Internet based on IPv6, which provides faster speed, higher security, and more IP addresses than the current IPv4 system.

At present, most of the IP addresses worldwide are based on the IPv4 system developed in 1977, which only allows for a total of 4.3 billion addresses. Statistics showed that the last five blocks of IPv4 addresses were allocated on Feb. 3, 2011, making IPv6 deployment even more urgent.

IPv6 uses a 128-bit address scheme, and provides a virtually unlimited number of addresses: 2 to the 128th power. The abundant addresses will lift the Internet to a new level, and can be allocated to more devices such as household electrical appliances and vehicles, so they can be directly connected to the Internet. With IPv6, there will also be more diverse online services.

Of course, IPv6 has powerful new functions. For example, it could carry out the Internet target recognition, ID authentication and access authorization, has the data encryption function and integrality and is more secure; it complies with the trend of mobilization and is more convenient; it could be used to develop large-scale real-time communication applications; and its management and operation are more orderly and effective.



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Anjaneyulu at 2012-01-11124.123.148.*
You are doing excellent job in the field of technology thus , you must dominate USA in technology and we are proud of you
ttt at 2012-01-08122.174.75.*
us will use same wrships that concept it developed in 1942 and just upgraded version till date china should change this model what china needs a conceptual change and try to win the battle which west can never thinks and china should focus on natural innovation rather than artificial innovation
dave at 2012-01-06184.66.11.*
I hope things will go smooth. Good luck.
helen at 2012-01-05203.82.82.*
Just as China is breaking the many monopolies exercised by the United States in numerous fields, so must Chinese scientists quickly come up with an alternate internet, IP and website addresses accessible in the Chinese language.It"s time to wean users from the control of the internet by the United States. This is the most important thing to do in addition to sending a Chinese to the moon.And China will continue to dismantle the monopolies enjoyed and abused by the United States. That is inevitable!
  

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