Alex Band writes: IPv6 Act Now has posted a recent video interview with Google network engineer Lorenzo Colitti, in which he discusses the experience of making Google services available over IPv6. "We're committed to a good user experience and IPv6 will give us that when IPv4 addresses run out," he explains in the video, adding that, "We basically went from zero to being able to serve most Google services over IPv6 to users that had good connectivity in a year and a half. Lots of progress can be made because it's not a huge undertaking." Colitti is the latest to appear on the IPv6 Act Now website. It already features discussions with, for example, IIJ's Randy Bush on IPv6 deployment and Cisco's Patrik Fältström on the role of governments with regards to IPv6. New interviews are released on a regular basis.
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