The term 'Content Service Providers (CSP)' encompasses a range of entities that provide content via the Internet.
Content providers exist in all industries such as travel industry (InterContinental, Travelocity.com, All Nippon Airways etc.), the Internet industry (e.g., Google, Yahoo, MSN etc.), the financial industry (e.g., zawya.com, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup etc.), the news industry (e.g, CNN.com, Aljazeera.net, BBC etc.) and so on.
In order to have a clear discussion about IPv6 transition on this web site, we will apply one additional criteria to define CSPs — a peering arrangement. To be classified as a CSP in this context we will assume the content provider has a peering arrangement with Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and/or a Content Distribution Network (CDN).
In order to make a CSPs' content available from both IPv4 and IPv6 networks, they need to pay attention to IPv6 readiness for both their internal and external network environments.
IPv6 deployment experience
- IPv6 Deployment by Google-Presented at IETF72, Dublin, July 2008
- Google over IPv6
- にぽたん研究所- A personal blog in Japanese (please try to use a online translation tool such as Google Translate)
*IPv6 information for content providers/enterprises
- EDGE Co. Lab v6- by livedoor in Japanese (please try to use a online translation tool such as Google Translate)
IPv6 enabled services