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© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. 1 AS6453 From IPv6 day to IPv6 everyday APAN 33 meeting Chiang Mai, Thailand February 2012 Yves Poppe Dir. Business Development & Strategy IP services
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 2 Tata Group at a glance * Awarded in 2006 by the United States – India Business Council (USIBC) 2
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 3 Tata Communications at a glance 3 3 Industry Leader #1 international voice carrier #1 submarine cable owner #8 IP transit provider Fastest growing Tier-1 operator #1 in enterprise data in India #2 in enterprise and wholesale data in South Africa State-of-the-art Infrastructure Over 200,000km of owned fiber Member of over 80 cable consortiums 400 PoPs 20Tb/s of cable capacity More than 110,000 sq m of data center space Customers 1,600 carriers 700 mobile operators 10,000 corporate customers Customers in 197 countries
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title Uniting Assets 4 Feb-June 2002 Tata Group acquires stake in VSNL July 24, 2005 Acquired Teleglobe Feb. 13, 2008 Launched Tata Communications Nov. 1, 2004 Acquired Tyco Global Network June 24, 2006 Acquired Direct Internet June 24, 2008 Invested in Neotel March 31, 2006 Tata Group holds 45.15% of VSNL Jan 27, 2010 Acquisition of Mosaic October 7, 2010 Cloud services portfolio launch Nov. 16, 2010 Launch of Next-generation Ethernet Network Jan 11, 2011 Acquisition of BitGravity 4
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title Subtitle if necessary 5 Global Transmission Network TGN-Pacific TGN-Atlantic TGN-Western Europe TGN-Northern Europe TGN-EurAsia* TGN-Intra Asia TGN-Pacific TIC OWN TGN-Atlantic TGN Western Europe TGN Northern Europe TGN-Pacific TGN-TIC TGN-Intra Asia CONSORTIUM SMW-3 SMW-4 SAFE/SAT-3 APCN-2 IMEWE SEACOM NEW PROJECTS TGN-Eurasia WACS India-China Terrestrial TGN-Gulf
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title Over 3,100G of IP Backbone Network Dual stack IPv4 IPv6 OC-192/STM-64 ring 3,000 petabits of traffic/month 225+ PoPs in 27 countries ASN customers 21% of market share (routes)
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 7 AS6453 and the IP networking ecosystem are getting ready for the IPv6 traffic surge
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 8 IPv6 active BGP routing table Source: potaroo 7870 active IPv6 BGP entries as of February 3th 2012
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 9 IPv4 address exhaustion domesday scenario? In 2011 the number of allocations increased but their size decreased thanks to new allocation policies So far so good, no rush on the bank Source: RIPE
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 10 June 8 th 2011 IPv6 day seems so long ago
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title In store for % overall traffic growth IPv6 enters elbow of exponential growth phase Network reach expansion continues Upgrades on existing cables continue New cables: TGN-EA, IMEWE, TGN-Gulf, WACS Next-Generation all IP Network June 6 th 2012
© Copyright 2011 Tata Communications Ltd. All rights reserved.(Enter information) Topic | Title 12 June 6 th 2012
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