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The Innovation and Technology Conference
Tuesday August 15, 2006.
Today at James Madison University, Harrisionburg, VA. The Innovation and Technology Conference was presented by US Rep. Congressman Bob Goodlatte. Also in attendance was Under Secretary of Commerce for Technology, Robert Cresanti.
Speaker Mark Bayliss, founder and CEO of World Airwaves spoke about the World Airwaves Harrisonburg Franchise “The First IPv6 network in North America” which has built out Phase I and is going into beta testing by August 30, 2006.
“It’s a jumpstart.” Bayliss said. “By 2008, all 1500 agencies in the federal government will be Ipv6-compliant.” and counties that integrate will reap the benefits by giving innovators the access to this new technology.
The IPv6 technology will become the new standard for the Internet around the world. It boasts many security overhauls and the architecture makes for accelerated speeds. Both Mr. Goodlatte and Mr. Cresanti reiterated that Ipv6 is the technology of the future .
 Mr. Cresanti said, “The ability to innovate and create will drive the 21st century economies”. He also described a paradigm shift that is happening where corporations find innovations too expensive in house so they look outside the corporation, they can pour over hundreds of proposals from around the world, for the one that fits them best."
Mr. Goodlatte said, “The Internet and Technology in general in the 21st century is much like the railroad in the 19th century, if it came to your community there you boomed, if it bypassed you, your community became a ghost town.”


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