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IPV6

last updated 14 November 2016

IPv6 is the next-generation Internet protocol that replaces IPv4, and its adoption is essential if Singapore is to participate in the next era of Internet services and create a platform to grow innovations and business opportunities. The IPv6 Transition Programme is a national effort to address the issue of IPv4 exhaustion and to facilitate the smooth transition of the Singapore infocomm ecosystem to IPv6.

An Opportunity for Innovations

Most users aren't aware of the huge business opportunities and potential for innovation that IPv6 offers, which is why there is a pressing need to link businesses to relevant IPv6 applications. 
 

IMDA's Efforts Behind IPv6 Transition in Singapore

IMDA (then IDA) spearheaded IPv6 Transition Programme to address the issue of IPv4 exhaustion and to facilitate the smooth transition of the Singapore Infocomm ecosystem to IPv6. The programme promoted readiness and adoption of IPv6 in the local industry through a series of projects.

As IPv6 is the candidate as the next-generation Internet protocol to replace IPv4, it is therefore important for Singapore to welcome the next era of Internet services and create a platform to grow innovations and business opportunities.

Resources

IPv6 Adoption Guide for Singapore
IPv6 Readiness Survey for Singapore
Singapore IPv6 Profile