On August 19, 2013, the ESVBA enabled the last components of its core network to enable and support IPv6. Currently, the ESVBA is directly connected to one of the Tier 1 providers that are natively running the IPv6 Internet backbone. We are routing our provider-independent IPv6 IP space out to the IPv6 backbone and have issued two customer-facing blocks to customers for trial. This marks a huge step forward for the Broadband Authority to migrate its network to support the technology of tomorrow. This also allows the Broadband Authority to stop solely relying on IPv4 as it has become scarce and support the next-generation of networking technology. While most carriers are struggling to understand IPv6, the Broadband Authority has it deployed and will start urging customers to take IPv6 as the default delivery of its IP services.