The ATMAN network, which provides services for most of Polish carriers and plenty of international ones, already exchanges IPv6 traffic in the largest European telco hubs: DE-CIX in Frankfurt, AMS-IX in Amsterdam and LINX in London as well as in Polish nodes: Thinx IX, PLIX, TPIX and KIX.
ATM has established over 400 connections supporting IPv6 to other Polish and international carriers accelerating the transfer and shortening the routing paths. ATM has also launched IPv6 services like DNS for its customers. The company’s websites http://en.atman.pl and http://en.thinx.pl can be reached from computers using IPv6 addresses.
According to Polish IPv6 Task Force — the initiative of participants interested in the development of IPv6 in Poland — IPv4 addresses will probably run out by the end of 2012. Therefore the prior preparation of ATMAN infrastructure to support new IP addresses allowed to conduct the necessary tests and technical checks to achieve full readiness for IPv6 World Launch.
— ATMAN is the largest IPv6 network in Poland as measured by the number of networks connected. It is also the largest Polish IPv6 network as measured by the number of routes announced — said Chris Van Fossen of Hurricane Electric, international operator of the world’s largest IPv6 backbone network.
In January 2012, an independent organization Internet Society announced that June 6th will be the World Launch of IPv6. Participation in the project has been confirmed by leading Internet portals, Internet searches, ICT companies and carriers including ATM S.A. More information on the IPv6 launch can be found at http://www.worldipv6launch.org/
ATM S.A. is a Polish public company (WSE: ATM) providing innovative ICT solutions for business since 1991. Under the brands of ATMAN and Thinx Poland the company offers telecommunications services based on its own fiber networks and three data centers in Poland, with over 8,300 sq m (ca. 89,300 sq feet) of state-of-the-
Key elements of ATM’s offer include: colocation and hosting, broadband data transmission and Internet access. In particular, carriers, Internet portals, traditional media and financial institutions may be found among the receivers of ATM services.
The company is the only Polish operator present in all three of Europe's largest interconnect nodes: AMS-IX Amsterdam, DE-CIX Frankfurt and LINX London. More information at http://en.atman.pl and http://en.thinx.pl.