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AFRINICAfrican Network Information Centre (Internet consortium)
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The Africa Network Information Center (AfriNIC), Africa's regional Internet registry, has been working with governments, universities and corporations to drive up the rate of deployment.
"IPv6 allocations and assignments have grown by more than 200 percent during the past 12 months; this is a sign that the message has started bearing fruit; 33 countries in Africa have at least one IPv6 prefix, with the leading countries being South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Mauritius," said Adiel Akplogan, AfriNIC CEO.
"Africa is has extensive infrastructure but we can not lower costs if we keep buying transit links instead of exchanging content locally," said Adiel Akplogan, AfriNIC CEO, speaking at the opening ceremony of the peering forum last week.