Hong Kong and South Korea are lacking the speed of the other countries in that region in adopting IPv6 from IPv4. According to the study from the Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), Hong Kong and South Korea are coming in the lowest with .02 and .01 percent. While the top Asian markets are Japan,topping at 2.4 percent, China at 0.67, Australia at 0.42, while Taiwan had 0.19 percent and Singapore a mere 0.17 percent. The slow growth in the IPv6 market is not a lack of desire but a lack of engineers to switch over to the new system. To read further click here.