January 04, 2006
VoIP @ CES
Says Von Magazine, "switching to the next version of Internet Protocol – the ubiquitous "IP" – hasn't received a lot of traction within North America outside of the U.S. government, but that at CES this year..........tomorrow in the "New Internet Consumer Electronics" conference track, IPv6 will be extensively jaw-bowned to be used for everything from IP-enabled cell phones to IPTV."
"Other devices being linked to IPv6 include power-line high-speed data systems, cooperatively networked audio/visual systems – just the thing when your HDTV wants to talk to the TiVo – and various mobile systems."
IPv6 may provide better security however and apparently under the current version of IP – v4 – the Internet numbers will be used up by the end of 2005. (well that's passed, just like Year 2000 did).
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