Derek Morr

Derek Morr

Senior Systems Programmer, Pennsylvania State University
Joined on January 10, 2009
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About

Derek is a Senior Systems Programmer in the Emerging Technologies group in central IT at the Pennslvania State University. He is currently working with several colleagues to further the University’s IPv6 deployment.

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2011 - Jan 18 on IPv6: Bring on Your Content!
2009 - Jun 30 on IPv6, LTE and IPSO: Not So Long Term Evolution to 50 Billion Devices
2009 - Jun 08 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - Jan 21 on Why 2008 Was a Milestone Year for IPv6
2009 - Jan 20 on 2008: A Historic Year for DNS

Topic Interests

IPv6 Transition IPv4 MarketsInternet GovernanceNetworksCybersecurityBroadbandWirelessAccess ProvidersMobile InternetTelecomRegional RegistriesDNSDNS SecurityNew TLDsDomain NamesDomain ManagementRegistry ServicesICANN

Recent Blogs

The Central IPv4 Pool is Gone

Thoughts on World IPv6 Day

IPv6, Phone Numbers and Analogies

Verizon Mandates IPv6 Support for Next-Gen Cell Phones

Thoughts on IPv6 Security, Take Two

Popular Posts

Verizon Mandates IPv6 Support for Next-Gen Cell Phones

Why 2008 Was a Milestone Year for IPv6

The Slow Mainstreaming of IPv6

IPv6, Phone Numbers and Analogies

Thoughts on IPv6 Security, Take Two