Telecom players want test bed on GeNext Internet – Joji Thomas Philip

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With India working towards joining a select group of countries in adopting the next generation technology for Internet services, private companies, PSU telecom operators and international players are pushing for say in the creation of a national test bed to stimulate the transition, before adopting the new technology.

Most stakeholders think that India should replace its existing system of Internet Protocol (IP) allocation and set up a national Internet registry (NIR) under the new regime.

At present, the IP version 4 (IPv4) is used globally for Internet services. Since the Internet protocol addresses under the current technology are likely to exhaust in the near future, the US, Japan and the European Union are in the advanced stages of experimenting with the Version 6 (IPv6) technology, to overcome the limitations of the present regime.

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