Dearth of business cases, others stifle Nigeria’s IPV6 deployment

IPV6 Adoption

As ATCON, IPV6 Council Nigeria move to improve adoption   Lack of business cases has teamed up with other bottlenecks to slow down adoption of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPV6) in Nigeria, despite the country leading with highest internet usage in the African continent. Out of the total 9, 678 IPV6 addresses so far allocated by African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) in Africa, only 60 representing 0.62 percent has been deployed in Nigeria. This makes Nigeria, the biggest in terms of size and population in Africa, ranked third below South Africa…

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ATCON, IPV6 Council Nigeria partner to assess IPv6 deployment in Nigeria

IPV6 Adoption

ATCON, IPV6 Council Nigeria partner to assess IPv6 deployment in Nigeria     The Association of Telecommunications Companies in Nigeria (ATCO) is collaborating with the IPV6 Council Nigeria on a Webinar to jointly assess the deployment of IPV6 in Nigeria. Ikechukwu Nnamani, ATCON president and Muhammed Rudman, Chairman, IPv6 Council Nigeria, said in a press release on Monday  that the Webinar, which is the 1st on the state of IPv6 deployment in Nigeria, is slated to hold on Thursday, April 8, 2021 by 10am. The theme of the Webinar is…

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