Let me get this straight. 'Internet of Things' ( IoT) is in reality, a euphemism for 'Internet of Stuff'. Now, if this follows, then the reality of IoS is iOS which means that Apple wins. Right?
An interesting take on IPv6, although my expectation is that outside of mobile/wireless service providers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile), theres not likely to be a lot of IPv6 adoption.. ever. Theres no compelling reason for a private organization to go through the growing pains of implementing IPv6, or abandoning IPv4. Existing IPv4 private address space is more than sufficient for almost any organization. Furthermore, for those organizations that still have legacy systems deployed (WinXP/2003), IPv6 is not even an option. Ironically, while you've said no IPv6 for residential users??? which I don't necessarily disagree with because of the complexity factor, the irony is that HOME networks are probably the most likely small networks to take advantage of IPv6 because it is fully automatic and wont require IPv4 DHCP to do peer-to-peer networking in a home environment. But, as noted, the ISP's aren't doing IPv6 either -- because they don't need it. Then again, they don't need to -- all they need is a router that does NAT-PT (http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2766.html)
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