Hurricane Electric connects to a limited number of public peering points in Asia, North America and Europe.
Hurricane Electric offers free IPv6 tunnel brokering in an effort to increase their IPv6 footprint.
- ↑ Cherry, Steven (January 27, 2011). "IPv6 is Coming--Just in Time". IEEE Spectrum. http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/telecom/internet/ipv6-is-coming-just-in-time. "Hurricane Electric is a global Internet backbone provider that claims to have the largest IPv6 network in the world."
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- ↑ Mills, David (May 18, 2012). "Fremont’s Hurricane at the center of IP storm". Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal. http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/print-edition/2012/05/18/fremonts-hurricane-at-the-center-of.html?page=all.
- ↑ Paul Mutton (Dec. 17, 2007). Hurricane Electric is the Most Reliable Hosting Company in November 2007. Netcraft.com.
- ↑ Henderson, Nicole (June 6, 2011). Hurricane Electric Launches Premium IPv6 Tunnel Broker Service. Web Host Industry Review.
- ↑ "Hurricane Electric Continues to Expand Global Network Reach with New Point-of-Presence at Standard Connections in Toronto". Internet Weekly News via HighBeam Research (NewsRX). 2010. http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-245407094.html. (subscription required)
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- ↑ Srivastava, Mandira (August 22, 2011). "Hurricane Electric Advises Data Center Managers to Move to IPv6 to Avoid Costly Capital Expenditures". InfoTECH spotlight. http://it.tmcnet.com/channels/data-center-network/articles/210478-hurricane-electric-advises-data-center-managers-move-ipv6.htm.
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- ↑ Bookman, Samantha (June 7, 2011). "Owen DeLong, Hurricane Electric, on evangelizing IPv6 and the challenges ahead". Fierce Telecom. http://www.fiercetelecom.com/special-reports/six-faces-ipv6/owen-delong-hurricane-electric-evangelizing-ipv6-and-challenges-ahead.
- ↑ A Yadav, P Abad, H Shah…. IPv6 protocol adoption in the US: Why is it so slow?. “"In the United States one of the heavyweights in the IPv6 deployment is Hurricane Electric. With a fully functional IPv6 network and Autonomous System (AS6939), Hurricane Electric, was one of the early adopters of IPv6 technology."”
- ↑ Rath, John (May 27, 2011). "Roundup: Hurricane Electric, Equinix, Latisys". Data Center Knowledge. https://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2011/05/27/roundup-hurricane-electric-equinix-latisys/.
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