"IPv6 does not change networking dramatically but offers the opportunity to get rid of some nasty restrictions introduced in the past."
C. Schmoll, U. Kaiser, Fraunhofer FOKUS (Germany)
"IPv6 traffic in the Internet is growing rapidly. So government services to citizens and business need IPv6 support to keep services available for everybody. In addition modern ICT systems require enabled IPv6 as a mandatory infrastructure service. So the implementation of IPv6 is without alternative in the internal networks also."
Martin Krengel, Citkomm (Germany)
"IPv6 transition is a process that will not be achieved over a night. Keep in mind that the earlier you start your IPv6 adventure, the more experience you will gain to manage your network properly."
Emre Yüce, Tübitak Ulakbim (Turkey)
"The deployment of IPv6 offers new opportunities for solving several of the actual bottlenecks of Internet: addressing, E2E communication, support of mobility and security."
Antonio Skarmeta, Universidad de Murcia (Spain)
“Investing in the IPv6 transition is investing in the future.”
Gabriela Gheorghe, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
"GEN6 project demonstrates that public administration could have a leading role in IPv6 adoption. In the Czech Republic, 64 % of public administration bodies support IPv6 on their webservers, compared to the average of 23% in the entire .cz domain, which belongs among one of the most successful ones in IPv6 adoption worldwide."
Ondrej Filip, CZ.NIC (Czech Republic)
“The GEN6 pilots show how to successfully introduce IPv6 in governments. Feel free to check out the documentation and contact the project participants to share in their practical experience!”
Arjen Holtzer, TNO (Netherlands)
"During the 2014 elections in Germany, a production ready, IPv6-based Openstack Cloud established at the University of Luxembourg successfully delivered election results to German voters, a “World First” to pioneer the future of the open world of cloud computing!"
Latif Ladid, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)