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<a href="http://www.playstation.com">Sony Computer Entertainment</a> announced today that <a href="http://www.cisco.com">Cisco systems</a> will provide Sony Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) software for the PlayStation 2.

Game Developer, Staff

May 17, 2001

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The software is optimized for the PlayStation 2 and incorporated with the console's SDK, giving developers the ability to create broadband-enabled entertainment content. The two companies are also working together to develop an IPv4/IPv6 dual protocol stack for the machine which will give game developers the ability to utilize either version of the IP software. "IPv6 is definitely the base for the broadband era," Ken Kutaragi, chief executive officer of SCEI said. "And PlayStation 2 will be one of the first home entertainment platforms in the world to incorporate an IPv4/IPv6 dual stack."

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