Cisco Linksys routers still don't support IPv6

"It's 2011, IPv4 addresses are officially exhausted, and the world's largest router maker, Cisco, still doesn't support IPv6 in its best-selling line of Linksys wireless routers. This is true even for the new E4200 router released just last month (priced at $180). The company has promised to have IPv6 support for the Linksys line by the spring but has not been specific."

Cisco Introduces a 322 Tbit/sec. Router

"Today Cisco Systems introduced its next-generation Internet core router, the CRS-3, with about three times the capacity of its current platform. 'The Internet will scale faster than any of us anticipate,' Cisco's John Chambers said while announcing the product. At full scale, the CRS-3 has a capacity of 322Tbit/sec., roughly three times that of the CRS-1, introduced in 2004. It also has more than 12 times the capacity of its nearest competitor, Chambers said.

Cisco to “Change the Internet Forever” on March 9

Cisco, the world leader in networking equipment, is all set to announce the Next Big Thing for the Internet, this March. The new technology would enable communications service providers to offer more advanced, high-speed Internet connections.
Cisco has refused to reveal-out exact details but their recent plans and announcements lead to converged, faster networks.

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