James Kovaly, Head of Infrastructure and
Right now a hot topic in the Communication Service Provider
(CSP) space is IPv6, the
next generation Internet Protocol (IP) address standard that will
supplement and eventually replace IPv4, the protocol most Internet
services use today. CHR is participating on an IPv6 panel at
NTCA IP Possibilities to discuss what IPv6 is, why it
matters, and how to implement it.
What does IPv6 provide?
- More than 340 trillion IP addresses
- Allows allows a huge range of devices to connect directly with
- Ensures the Internet can continue its current growth rate
It is important to learn more and be knowledgeable about IPv6 as
it will impact CSPs network's growth and structure. I invite you to
attend the IPv6 session at NTCA IP Possibilities and to visit with
Sam Harlan and I in Booth 607 to discuss IPv6 and
other Network and Engineering topics important to you.
Wed. April 15 | 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Technical Track - IPv6 Update
Session Description: Internet addresses under the old Internet
protocol version 4 (IPv4) have been strained for years, and
transition to the successor IPv6 is underway. Learn where IPv6
stands and what your company should be doing to ensure that your
customers won't be left behind as this new standard is more widely
If you'd like to schedule a meeting in advance, call or email
Glinda Nelson at 713.351.5152 or Glinda.Nelson@chrsolutions.com
She has our schedules. We look forward to seeing you in