Globe has already set in motion the transition of its core IP network to IPv6, or Internet Protocol version 6, making sure it is fully prepared as the Internet runs out of IPv4 addresses. Currently, public IPv4 addresses are being used to connect to the Internet and with these facing exhaustion in the near future, there is a strong need to move toward IPv6.
IPv6 supports a vastly larger amount of IP addresses than its predecessor. It can accommodate the immensely growing number of users, devices with wireless or wired access, and web services on the Internet. IPv6 will enable enterprise customers to have more public IP addresses to allocate within their organizations.
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