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The Next Generation of Shared Hosting

Captain’s Log stardate … oh wait! Sometimes you can get a bit carried away with graphics for blog posts. However, this is a pretty big announcement for us and we’re pretty excited for what it means for us and for you, our customers. We’re pleased to announce the arrival of our latest linux shared web […]

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Get Your IPv6 On

Today is World IPv6 Day. It’s geektastic! So what is actually happening today? A lot of content providers from the four corners of the globe are “switching on” IPv6 for their websites today. That means that if your ISP is giving you an IPv6 connection you’ll be able to connect to the content via v6 […]

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Rome Here We Come!

RIPE, which is in charge of IP addresses and other technical resources for the internet in Europe, is holding its next meeting in Rome. We have been members of RIPE for a few years, but while we have been active on some of the mailing lists and working groups, we’ve never actually attended a meeting. […]

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Irish IPv6 Summit

We’ve talked about IPv6 several times in the past. The Irish IPv6 Summit is being held in Dublin Castle today and will feature speakers from both Ireland and overseas. This year’s summit is using the “clock is ticking” motif ie. time is running out. The event is split into sections which cover various user scenarios: […]

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IPv6 Adoption?

Image via Wikipedia Leo Vegoda posted an interesting article today on CircleID about ipv6 deployment and adoption. While Leo admits that measuring ipv6 isn’t an exact science he was able to identify that the African region (AfriNIC) is announcing more ipv6 space than any of the other regions, including Europe. So what about Ireland? Sixxs […]

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Sixy – Directory of ipv6 Enabled Sites

If your site is accessible over ipv6 or you simply want to find other ipv6 enabled sites then a new web directory called Sixy might be of interest. Unlike a lot of more traditional directories Sixy uses tags to categorise sites and as a site owner you can specify which ones you’d like associated with […]

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ICANN Meeting Opens In Paris

ICANN’s 32nd International public meeting opened in Paris yesterday morning. There are several hot topics on the agenda and judging by the crowds of people at last night’s welcome cocktail, attendance levels are good. If you’re interested in finding out more head over to the meeting’s official site where you can find details of meetings, […]

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