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Comcast’s Xfinity broadband network — 20.28 million subscribers — is on its way to becoming one of world’s largest IPv6 networks, thanks to a new software upgrade by ARRIS, a cable equipment maker. The Suwanee, Ga.-based company (that also includes Motorola’s Home Business) recently released a software upgrade that has enabled IPv6 support for more than 4 million ARRIS TG862 gateways —boxes that are used to connect to the Internet, offer phone service and act as a wireless access point—  currently deployed across the Comcast broadband network. Comcast has been planning to completely rollout IPv6 across its network by early 2014.

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  1. It’s about time a major network in the US has decided to roll out IPv6.

    edit – 2 broadbands in the first line…

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