Unicoi Systems’ Fusion Embedded Networking Software Attains IPv6 Phase-2 Certification: IPv6 Phase-2 Ready Logo Garnered by Fusion TCP/IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack
Unicoi Systems now has IPv6 Phase-2 certification status for the Fusion Embedded Networking Suite's Fusion TCP/IPv4/IPv6 Dual Mode Stack. After meeting hundreds of test criteria in accordance with the IPv6 Forum, the Fusion Embedded Dual Mode TCP/IPv4/IPv6 Stack now has IPv6 Phase-2 certification, providing developers with a strong base for certifying their applications.
The IPv6 Forum is a world-wide consortium of leading Internet vendors, global industries, and Research & Education networks. The IPv6 Forum has a clear mission to promote IPv6 in pursuit of a high-quality, secure, next generation Internet, allowing world-wide equitable access to knowledge and technology, embracing a moral responsibility to the world. By satisfying all of the IPv6 Forum’s compliance and interoperability requirements for IPv6 Phase-2, Unicoi Systems joins the short list of companies allowed to display the Phase-2 Ready Logo.
According to Unicoi CEO Greg Coonley, “The IPv6 Phase-2 Ready logo is a symbol of Unicoi’s commitment to serve both government agencies and corporate entities, requiring the highest interoperable networking and unique addressing standards.”
For embedded developers seeking IPv6 Phase-2 compliance for existing and future projects, the Fusion Networking Suite can shorten development cycles by delivering core protocol certification to any design. For developers seeking IPv6 compliance to meet government requirements or to mitigate obsolescence, the Fusion Networking Suite provides an opportunity to “future proof” applications without incurring high costs.
Unicoi Systems is a leading provider of VoIP and multimedia software and reference designs to embedded device developers and OEMs worldwide. More than 200 companies rely on Unicoi to power their solutions, including leading technology companies Motorola, Sharp, Raytheon, Cisco Systems and Sony. For more information, visit www.unicoi.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1 (678) 208-2250 extension 302.
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