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    Tim Kannegieter
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    Because the vision for the IoT is to have hundreds of billions of things, each with their own unique ID, addressable on the Internet through URIs or IP addresses. This requires that the majority of things will use the IPv6 protocol, which allows for much larger volumes of IP addresses than the previous IPv4 protocol.

    A key issue for IoT practitioners is that the IPv6 protocol has not yet be universally implemented and telecom providers are not yet geared up to servicing owners of objects rather than owners of mobile phones.

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