Liu Dong, director of BII-CFIEC, said, “The next five to ten years, global IPv6 users will show an exponential growth trend in scale and size of traffic and it is expected to fully surpass IPv4 by 2021."
As of May 2018, devices and systems, including routers, switches, firewalls, wireless devices, and security devices, passed the IPv6 Ready Logo test and certification, and received the global IPv6 Ready Logo granted by the global IPv6 test center.
The IPv6 Forum will establish a permanent secretariat in China, form a community in many aspects such as industrial upgrading and technical standards, and work together to globalize IPv6 public access, technological innovation, and personnel training to promote the deployment of the NGI.
“Global IPv6 Summit 2018” focuses on the subjects of industrial development, standard evolution, applications, cutting-edge technologies, and digital integration and innovation.
Father of the Interne, 2012 Internet Hall of Fame
Executive Deputy Director of ACSI
Academician of CAE
Academician of CAE
Ding Wenhua, Academician of CAE, Chief engineer of CCTV
Academician of CAE
Member of CAS
Founder & President, IPv6 Forum
Senior Research and Development Scientist, APNIC
Executive Director of Japan v6PC, board member of WIDE Project
Chairman, VeriFi (Hong Kong) Ltd
Director of ZHEJIANG LAB
Director of China Future Internet Engineering Center
China Institute of Communications Standing Director
Research Fellow, The Institute of Acoustics, CAS
General Manager of Wasu Group
Deputy Director of China Mobile Research Institute
Vice President of New H3C Group
Chairman of Digital China
Yunke China CTO
CEO of REYZAR
Senior Vice President, TOPSEC
Senior architect at Chinacache
Global industry authority experts will communicate with government leaders and other industry stakeholders to discuss the global balanced development of the next generation Internet and discuss China's opportunities and challenges.
After the release of the "Action Plan on Promoting the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)-based Network into Large-scale Use”, what challenges will China's next-generation Internet face? How to quickly promote the deployment of China's next-generation Internet?
Experts will conduct in-depth discussions on core issues such as upgrading and transforming mobile and fixed networks, promoting mobile and fixed terminal applications, enabling backbone Internet connectivity, expanding international access, and upgrading radio and television networks.
The "IPv6 Action Plan" clearly requires that by the end of 2025, networks, applications, and devices fully support IPv6. Experts from Internet companies such as Alibaba, Tencent, and Jingdong, industry vertical companies such as Wasu, CHINT and Transfa will discuss and share the next generation Internet application innovation and demonstration.
Experts in next generation Internet security will communicate on the core security issues in the scale deployment of IPv6.
Experts from OPNFV, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, P4 and other organizations, operators, and vendors will share the status quo of cutting-edge technologies such as SDN and NFV, and demonstrate more flexible and efficient network deployment solutions.
This Keynote will focus on the authoritative display of the 5G core network evolution route, sharing of standard formulation results, and case analysis of the latest deployment scenarios.
With the rapid development and large-scale deployment of IPv6 in the world, the next-generation Internet industry faces new challenges and new technical problems. At the same time, it will inevitably face enormous gaps in IPv6 professionals.