Digital Management, an IT solutions and business strategy consulting firm, announced that it is partnering with Telcordia Technologies to offer IPv6 Transition Services.
The relationship aligns rich heritage in designing, building and managing the world’s largest and most complex Internet and telecom networks with Digital Management’s innovative leadership and dedication to excellence.
Together, the companies offer a comprehensive suite of solutions for IPv6 transition built on a deep understanding of the challenges associated with this pivotal shift in IT. Services that the DMI and Telcordia team will deliver include:
IPv6 Readiness Assessment & Compliance Gap Analysis
Detailed assessment of network capability and systems hardware/software and associated management tools
Gap analysis of overall complexity of the IPv4/ IPv6 transition
IPv6 Transition Planning
Transition strategy development
IPv6 compliant architecture and phased implementation plan development
IPv6 Implementation Support
Testing and certifications using industry best practices leveraging Telcordia labs
IPv6 Configuration and security policy development
Phased roll-out and upgrades of network elements, enterprise applications and operational support processes
Digital Management is pleased to establish this key strategic relationship,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, CEO of Digital Management. Our clients know and respect our ability to support their most vital systems. As a globally recognized leader in broadband and enterprise communications software and services, Telcordia is the ideal partner to join us in helping agencies execute seamless transitions to the IPv6 protocol.”
With our experience in architecting the nation’s telecommunications infrastructure, as well as our initiatives in national cyber security, Telcordia is ideally suited to play a key role in the essential progression to IPv6,” said Brent Greene, president, Advanced Technology Solutions, Telcordia.
Digital Management has demonstrated both the leadership and trustworthiness clients require for something so fundamental as an IP backbone overhaul. Together, we’ll deliver the depth and quality of service clients need to bring mission-critical systems into the 21st century,” Greene added.
A particular focus of the DMI and Telcordia team will be helping government entities respond to the directive from Federal CIO, Vivek Kundra, requiring all U.S. government agencies to upgrade their public-facing Web sites and services by Sept. 30, 2012 to support IPv6, the long-anticipated enhancement to the Internet’s main communications protocol.
By TelecomLead.com Team