In two weeks from now (June 6th) we have a World IPv6 Launch. The idea of this day is that ISP’s, network manufacturers and web companies permanently enable IPv6.
Last year there was a World IPv6 Day where companies enabled IPv6 for 24 hours. There were lots of measurements done during that day and this helped the participants to improve there IPv6 support.
Because this year the participants will enable their IPv6 services permanently this is very promising for the growth of IPv6 traffic. Even more since big parties as Google and Facebook are also participating.
On June, 6 there will be some talks about this day at the University of Amsterdam, you can register for this on the Dutch IPv6 Launch website