China plans to implement IPv6 by 2015. The new systems opens up a possibility to have a larger pool of addresses compared to the IPv4 system, which is currently standard around the world. The IPv4 system only has the capability of handling 4 billion IP addresses, while the IPv6 can hold trillions with no unforeseeable end. China currently has the worlds largest internet system, and will be trying out a small version of the IPv6 system by that end of 2013. WIth this on the horizon Chinese technology has been encouraged to develop for the new system. To read further click here.