ï¿½The California IPv6 Task Force is excited to be leading the charge in California and the West toward adoption of the new generation Internet,ï¿½ said Geof Lambert, chairman, CAv6TF and recently appointed member of the North American IPv6 Task Force Steering Committee. ï¿½We intend to act as a leader by transitioning California entirely to the IPv6 protocol and we will urge other states within the U.S. and regions world wide to do the same in order to rapidly build the next generation Internet. By demonstrating that a locale at large can have the vision and foresight to adopt IPv6 technology we are helping pioneer new territory and understanding of one of the most fundamental shifts in technology in over a decade.ï¿½
ï¿½Itï¿½s stimulating to witness the growing enthusiasm for IPv6 spread across the U.S. and the world,ï¿½ says Jim Bound, IPv6 Forum CTO and Chair North American IPv6 Task Force. ï¿½The entire Internet will eventually transition from IPv4 to IPv6 ï¿½ but it will take some voluntary effort and dedication for this to complete. The CAv6TF is a welcome body to focus attention on what lays ahead, what needs to be done, and how to accomplish the tasks at hand. This task force is one of the best places to learn about IPv6 deployment, products and technology.ï¿½
Geof lambert began his 20-year career in the culinary world on the East Coast and, after stops in the Caribbean and Europe, he migrated to the West Coast. Geof is a founding partner of the Maxson Group, a firm that specializes in senior level executive search and board consulting across a variety of industries. Throughout his career, Geof has been actively involved with a wide range of professional and civic organizations. Lambert initiated The International Fellowship of Rotarians United to Bridge the Digital Divide and he is a chair at the Rotary Center for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution at the University of California at Berkeley. In addition to being the founder and chairman of the California IPv6 Task Force, which is comprised of statewide individuals leading the transition of full deployment of IPv6 in California, Lambert is the founder and president of the Sacramento Association of IPv6 Adopters.
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