10/22/2003 - IP Infusion, a leading provider of intelligent network software for enhanced IP services, announced that it is participating in the Moonv6 project, a collaborative effort spearheaded by the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) that is testing interoperability of IPv6 routing and applications over geographically dispersed IPv6 networks. Over twenty-five leading communications equipment, software and server vendors are participating in the Moonv6 project; this collaboration represents the most aggressive IPv6 interoperability and application demonstration event to date.
IP Infusion has provided four servers with IPv6 routing software to the Moonv6 project. These servers have been deployed at UNH-IOL, the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC), the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Command and the Air Force Communications Agency. IP Infusion’s participation at each of these locations is helping to demonstrate the interoperability of its IPv6 routing software with routing products from communications equipment providers. Together with software and server vendors, the Moonv6 project showcases the reliability and security of IPv6-enabled products.
”Moonv6 is unique among IPv6 test events, taking the concept of the interoperability event to the next level”, said Ben Schultz, Managing Engineer at UNH-IOL. “Beyond protocol testing, we are collaborating with participating service providers to build a network that demonstrates the resiliency and reliability of IPv6 with applications and failure scenarios.
IP Infusion has provided RIPng, OSPFv3, BGP-4+ routing protocols, ISATAP and 6to4 tunneling software to the Moonv6 project. IP Infusion has helped pioneer IPv6 routing technologies and its routing software is widely deployed in the 6bone, the world’s largest IPv6 testbed. In conjunction with Moonv6 facilitators and participants, IP Infusion would like to demonstrate the maturity and reliability of IPv6 solutions to drive the worldwide conversion from IPv4 to IPv6 networking.
“Before organizations will deploy IPv6, they must be assured that this next generation technology is mature, stable, and dependable. Network administrators must be convinced that the IPv6 products they roll out will interoperate with IPv6 products from other vendors and will not disrupt their existing IPv4 networks,” said Govind Desale, Vice President of Operations at IP Infusion. “We are pleased to participate in the Moonv6 project because this event will demonstrate IPv6 routing, security, mobility and other IPv6 networking applications in a real-world production environment.”
About IP Infusion's ZebOS Routing Suites
IP Infusion designs, develops, and markets its ZebOS family of advanced IP routing suites, which are based on a unique, modular, multi-process architecture featuring control-plane components that provide route redistribution and conversion, management services, and an OS/processor abstraction layer for routing and switching modules. This high-performance routing software features IPv4/IPv6 versions of OSPF, BGP, RIP, and IS-IS routing protocols; PIM-SM and DVMRP multicast protocols; MPLS, BGP-VPN, VPLS, RSVP-TE, DiffServ, and CR-LDP switching and signaling protocols; Mobile IP, routing redundancy, virtual routing, Layer 2 VPN (draft Martini), TCP/IP dual stack, and Layer 2 switching support. ZebOS software suites can be delivered as portable, platform-independent source code or server solutions.
About IP Infusion
IP Infusion is a leading provider of intelligent networking software for enhanced IP services. The company's software includes core routing and switching technology that enables equipment vendors, service providers, telecommunications companies and enterprises to rapidly build and provision a broad range of standards-based and value-added IP services. Founded in1999, IP Infusion has employees in San Jose, California; Cary, North Carolina; Boston, Massachusetts; and Europe. The company has a growing global customer base in the wired and wireless networking markets and has alliances with industry leading network processor (NPU) suppliers. IP Infusion is a member of the Network Processing Forum, IPv6 Forum, Service Creation Community, Intel® Communications Alliance, OPSEC Alliance, and an active participant in the IETF. For more information about the company and its products call (408) 794-1500 or visit www.ipinfusion.com.
About the UNH InterOperability Laboratory
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) is a non-profit organization that offers comprehensive interoperability and conformance-based testing through 16 technology-based groups called Consortiums. Over 150 vendors worldwide are members of the UNH InterOperability Laboratory. The test solutions created at the UNH-IOL offer a unique set of methods to increase interoperability through protocol operations, signaling, point-to-point and multi-system scenarios. For more information visit the UNH InterOperability Laboratory website: www.iol.unh.edu.
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