The first part of this talk discusses progress in deployment of IPv6. I talk a little about HEAnet's efforts, and show the numbers that we have - which are, frankly, not very good. There's some discussion on why this is the case, and I speak about the decision we have had to make on whether to continue supporting IPv6.
The talk then takes a turn and we talk about disruption theory per Clayton Christensen. This is discussed in his book, The Innovator's Dilemma, and talks about the circumstances where a new entrant can take down a seemingly impenetrable incumbent. The book is based on the hard drive industry, but examples can be found all over.
The third part of the talk is about how this seems to parallel the situation we find ourselves in with IPv6. Taking the principles of disruption - like, changing the basis on which competition takes place from the entire internet to something more manageable - I hope to start a discussion about what we need to change in our approach to IPv6 that could provide inspiration for the panel sessions.