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AT&T builds $23M IPv6 network for U.S. military

AT&T is building a production-quality IPv6 data network for the U.S. Army in Germany that will cost approximately $23 million when it is completed next year.

IPv6 is a long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol, known as IPv4. While IPv4 has a 32-bit addressing scheme and can support around 4 billion individually addressed devices, IPv6 uses 128-bit addresses and can support a virtually limitless number of devices on the Internet.

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