[Bp_ipv6] Call for contributions - Preparation (Feedback to questions by: 22nd July)
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Wed Jul 20 22:20:02 EDT 2016
Excellent, thank you very much Guillermo, Eduardo!
Additional recommendations for Case Studies:
Internet banking and mobile banking with IPv6 certainly has strong synergies with the scope of the group this year, and cases which have not been widely shared across different stakeholders much.
I appreciate that your volunteering to contact the organisations, Eduardo. I also see Guillermo has listed a few organisations in the Latin American region and has volunteered to contact. Thank you.
*I continue to welcome inputs from everyone for case studies, especially for the economies listed.
If there are other interesting cases, please also feel free to share and we can discuss whether/how it could fit in.*
*I welcome contributions on this part (part i) as well. If you can share links, references, they are very much appreciated.*
Thank you Guillermo for additional details on the references on the economic analysis.
They are helpful reference for part i., on analysis from economic perspective on IPv6 adoption.
The presentation shared by Geoff would fit in well on the economic perspective and it is a very helpful reference.
Quoting out some of the interesting observations on the current situation which caught my attention:
- The 30 largest ISPs service 42% of the entire Internet user population
If these 30 providers were to achieve an average 50% IPv6 uptake in their customer base, then the total IPv6 capability level across would be 20% today, rather than 3.6%
-A number of these largest ISPs operate in the developing world
With a tendency to be late adopters so as to reduce capital risk for their enterprise
I see that the presentation also touches on “value” of an ISP's customers in relation to per capita GDP, which is an interesting way of looking at the potential for IPv6 deployment from economic aspect.
Many thanks Geoff for sharing the link!
Quoting from Marco -
> What is most interesting in your preso is that it is only a few carriers that make all the difference right now. As for this project, there appear a few big parties who, cost or not, have a case for IPv6. Maybe it is worth going to their public results to see if they are doing better or worse compared to those who just keep throwing money at IPc4 and NATs, but it might be hard to come up with something like that in the relative short time frame we have.
> You happen to know if somebody already looked into this kind of stuff?
*If anyone can recommend people who conducts such analysis, or any analysis which would be relevant for part i. or our work, suggestions are welcome.*
On 2016/07/21 10:27, Eduardo Barasal Morales wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> My name is Eduardo Barasal Morales and I work for the Brazilian Network
> Information Center (NIC.br), a non-profit organization that tries to
> improve the Internet quality in**Brazil, in a project called IPv6.br. In
> this project, our mission is to disseminate knowledge about IPv6 with
> courses, web site, book and workshops.
> I am new at this mailing list and I think I can contribute with the
> document “Understanding the commercial and economic incentives beneath a
> successful IPv6 deployment” . I can be the volunteer to contact Uol
> (content provider), Globo (content provider), Vivo (large ISP), and
> Claro (large ISP). Besides that, I would like to suggest to add other
> companies, like Banrisul, a bank that has *I*nternet banking and mobile
> banking with IPv6, and Fasternet (small ISP). I will try to find others.
> Eduardo Barasal Morales
> On 20-07-2016 12:29, Guillermo Cicileo wrote:
>> Hello Izumi:
>> I've updated the document with organizations from EC, PE and BR.
>> Also I added to the brainstorming section some references about
>> economic aspects of IPv6 transition and an interactive economic model
>> for evaluating the alternatives which is available at LACNIC's IPv6
>> On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp
>> <mailto:izumi at nic.ad.jp>> wrote:
>> Dear Colleagues,
>> I would like to call for contributions to contents of the output
>> IPv6 BPF is looking for contents in two parts.
>> i. Analysis from economic perspective on IPv6 adoption
>> ii. Case Studies on business decisions behind IPv6 adoption
>> Based on this, I would like to seek for your inputs on three points.
>> Thanks to everyone who engage in this group and looking forward to
>> receive your inputs.
>> *1) Questions to contributors of Case Studies*
>> For contributions for ii., I welcome your feedback on the
>> questions for the contributors to the case studies.
>> Once agreed, we would like to request you to reach out to your
>> contacts, based on the list of organisations in 2).
>> Draft questions to contributors:
>> How to provide inputs : Please add your comments to
>> the above google doc
>> Close feedback : 22nd July UTC23:59
>> In the meantime, I encourage you to start reaching out to
>> organisations you have contacts for, before waiting for the
>> questions to be fixed, as heads up.
>> *2) List of organisations for Case Studies*
>> If you know organisations which have commercially deployed IPv6 in
>> the following countries, please list your suggestions in the
>> google doc below.
>> The basic approach is to identify countries with high IPv6
>> deployment rate and to reach out to organisations which have
>> commercially deployed IPv6 in those economies.
>> How to provide inputs :
>> Please fill in the table "IV. Volunteers to Collect Case Studies"
>> Time frame: Before the next IPv6 BPF call (Date is currently
>> coordinated by Wim by Doodle Poll)
>> While this is not final fixed deadline e would like
>> to confirm and review case studies received at the next call.
>> This list is based on over 10 % IPv6 Capable, per statistics
>> provided by APNIC labs: http://stats.labs.apnic.net/ipv6/
>> We would need to consider regional balance at the end, as Europe
>> appears at a high rate.
>> BE Belgium, Western Europe, Europe
>> US United States of America, Northern America, Americas
>> DE Germany, Western Europe, Europe
>> CH Switzerland, Western Europe, Europe
>> GR Greece, Southern Europe, Europe
>> PT Portugal, Southern Europe, Europe
>> EC Ecuador, South America, Americas
>> LU Luxembourg, Western Europe, Europe
>> PE Peru, South America, Americas
>> EE Estonia, Northern Europe, Europe
>> JP Japan, Eastern Asia, Asia
>> FI Finland, Northern Europe, Europe
>> GB United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland,
>> Northern Europe, Europe
>> MY Malaysia, South-Eastern Asia, Asia
>> FR France, Western Europe, Europe
>> CA Canada, Northern America, Americas
>> BR Brazil, South America, Americas
>> *3) Brainstorming for output document*
>> I welcome any other feedback on brainstorming for output document
>> How to provide inputs : Please add your comments to the google
>> doc below (same link as 2))
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