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Since the start of its business use in 1993, our country's Internet has spread rapidly with broadband emerging in 2002 and expanding to currently cover more than 60% of the homes in Japan.
In particular, in recent years, the Internet has supported economic and social activities such as on-line shopping, trading, and auctions, as well as becoming a platform for the distribution of music and video. Even the telephone network has begun to move toward an all IP (Internet Protocol) infrastructure.
At the same time, ADSL ?based television in Europe, and DSL and wireless broadband in China and other Asian countries is also spreading rapidly.
It is now commonly agreed on a global level that the increasing speed of consumption of IPv4 address space - the fundamental resource of our current Internet ? will lead to an exhaustion of IPv4 addresses sometime around 2011.



Latest NEWS

11.14.2011

Current status and the future direction of IPv6 in Japan

Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan produced an update report on the IPv6 deployment in Japanese market. It consists of the update in the IPv6 service provision byJapanese... > detail

04.27.2011

Recommended actions for the Japanese ISPs to support the World IPv6 Day

To whom concerning how Japanese Internet community work toward the World IPv6 Day, Hiroshi Esaki, Ph.,D., chairman, IPv4 Address Exhaustion Task Force, Japan   1. Current Stat... > detail

10.07.2010

Released Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion (ver. 2010.10)

The Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan updated again "Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion" on October 2010 as a reference for industry players t... > detail

06.07.2010

Released Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion (ver. 2010.06)

The Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan updated again "Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion" on June. 2010 as a reference for industry players to gra... > detail

05.20.2010

The IPv6 Verification Environment (Testbed) is ready now.

IPv6 testbed in which the Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan corporates is ready now. Please use it. IPv6 Verification Environment(Testbed) http://www.v6pc.jp/jp/entry/w... > detail

01.19.2010

Updated Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion(ver. 2009.10)

The Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan updated "Action Plan and Milestone Toward IPv4 Address Exhaustion" on Oct. 2009 as a reference for industry players to grasp the l... > detail

08.19.2009

"Overview and Update of Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, as of July 2009" Released

The Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan released activity report. Japan's Collaborative Endeavor to overcome IPv4 Address Exhaustion (PDF: 385KB) ... > detail

02.18.2009

Action Plan for "Countermeasures against IPv4 Address Exhaustion"Released! ver. 2009.2

The Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan released a series of recommended action plans as a reference for industry players examining issues related to IPv4 address exhausti... > detail

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  • ICT Education Promotion Council of Japan
  • IPv6 Promotion Council
  • Internet Association Japan
  • Communications and Information network Association of Japan
  • Association for Promotion of Public Local Information and Communication(APPLIC)
  • Local Authorities Systems Development Center (LASDEC)
  • Telecom Service Association
  • Telecommunications Carriers Association(TCA)
  • Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment
  • JAPAN INTERNET PROVIDERS ASSOCIATION
  • Japan Cable and Telecommunications Association
  • Japan Cable Laboratories
  • Japan Data Center Council
  • JAPAN DATA COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION
  • Japan Network Information Center
  • Japan Network Operators Group
  • Japan Network Security Association
  • Japan UNIX Society
  • Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd.
  • Institute for HyperNetwork Society
  • WIDE Project
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications




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