Giganet's core network is IPv6 enabled, and we have a massive /29 range of IPv6 addresses assigned to our network.
That's 633,825,300,114,114,700,748,351,602,688 IPv6 addresses!
We have enabled IPv6 on our core network devices, including peering and transit.
We have yet to roll out IPv6 addressing for end customer usage.
This is planned for 2020.
We are sadly not able to provide a date yet, however this has been long in the roadmap for us, and the only delay has been customer demand. As we start to hear this demand more and more, we'll start to consider the rollout sooner.