[Bp_ipv6] Submission of response related Japanese cases.
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Tue Sep 6 00:41:44 EDT 2016
Thank you Professor Esaki. It is useful to have the issues shared, not only the bright side of the technology for this paper to be truly useful.
On IoT and IPv6, there is also a workshop session on this topic. Some of the points may be useful to share on those session as well, if to go in depth.
No. 181 Transition to IPv6, relevance to the transition to the IoT
On 2016/09/05 14:27, Hiroshi Esaki wrote:
> Thanks, Okutani-san,
> As for Smart Meter program, some other issues about IoT with IPv6
> has been recognized.
> (1) security requirements for smart meter system, which is not
> only the communication protocol, http/tcp/ip, but also
> includes embedded operating system or data handling in the
> (2) ISAC for security information sharing among stake-holders.
> (3) Ownership of data, generated by smart meter, for effective
> and productive use of IoT data.
> Hiroshi Esaki
> On 2016/09/05 14:03, Izumi Okutani wrote:
>> Excellent. Thank you very much.
>> I think they make interesting real life examples of cases on how IPv6
>> are used outside the conventional Internet services.
>> On 2016/09/05 13:44, Hiroshi Esaki wrote:
>>> Dear IPv6 Colleagues,
>>> I, Hiroshi Esaki from Japan, have submitted response to the
>>> case studies introducing cases of wide-area infrastructure
>>> deployment in Japan. Some of cases uses IPv6 different from
>>> conventional use on the Internet.
>>> I have picked up the following three infrastructure development.
>>> (1) Smart Meter, on-going
>>> (2) NGN IPv6, on-going
>>> (3) Mobile IPv6 Launch, preparing
>>> For example for (1), it is Smart meter system for residential houses
>>> in Japan, deployed by major electric utility companies.
>>> Especially, TEPCO (http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/index-e.html), that is
>>> the largest company in Japan accommodating more than 30 Million
>>> residential houses, and Kyushu Electric Power Company
>>> (http://www.kyuden.co.jp/en_index.html), that accommodates more
>>> than 8 million residential house, has been developing IPv6 single
>>> stack smart meter access network. TEPCO mainly uses multi-hop
>>> wireless network with 6LOWPAN and Kyushu Electric Power Company
>>> mainly uses 4G LTE IPv6 service for the access network.
>>> I hope this helps!
>>> Hiroshi Esaki, WIDE Project
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