IPv6 Implementation

Proviatek represents InfoWeapons in the United States for IPv6 Appliances and Services.

Established in 2002 in Georgia, USA, InfoWeapons opened an R&D facility in Cebu in 2004. It rolled out its flagship product, SolidDNS™, which went on to become the first and for awhile the only IPv6-Ready Gold certified DNS-DHCP appliance in the market. InfoWeapons is a privately funded company headquartered in Dulles, VA with Research and Development Centers in Asia.

The InfoWeapons SolidDNS Server Appliance provides Domain Name System (DNS) service to networks of any size in a highly secure manner. It provides increased manageability and lowers total cost of ownership by saving on the time and resources typically spent on DNS maintenance and configuration. Its friendly administration interfaces make the creation, modification, and delegation of lower level domains easier and more accurate. The appliance supports both IPv4 and the new IPv6 addressing schemes (dual stack operation), and features user input error correction.

InfoWeapons creates next generation internet products and delivers future-proofed technology solutions that are secure, intuitive and reliable. The company’s products and services enable customers to make the rapid transition to next generation network technologies.


Fast and Easy Setup
Dual-Stack IPv4/IPv6
Active Directory Integration
ENUM Support
Pure IPv6-Capable
Multi-Role DNS
DNS Migration Tools

Dynamic Updates
High Availability
DHCP Integration
ENUM Support
Strong Client Authentication
SRV Records
TXT Records

The SolidDNS® Server Appliance platform provides DNS with DNSSEC and DHCP service to networks of any size in a highly secure manner. It supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes, making the creation and delegation of lower level domains easier and more accurate. The appliance can even automatically create reverse mappings for every registered domain or network.

SolidDNS™ may be deployed within the network as a primary DNS server. As such it may be used to resolve local hostnames to private IP addresses or to resolve external domains on the Internet. The appliance may be deployed as the network’s standalone DNS server, or it can replace and/or complement an existing DNS server. SolidDNS™ can also provide full DHCP services to network clients.

The diagram shows a SolidDNS™ appliance configured as a primary DNS server for a small network, resulting in faster DNS response times for queries from the internal network.





Existing SolidDNS® Customers:
InfoWeapons Corporation has a total of 27 existing SolidDNS® customers worldwide. Below is a list of current major SolidDNS® customers, the countries where they are deployed, and the year they became SolidDNS® appliance users.


Infocom Technologies, Inc. (Philippines) – 2008
Globe Telecom Inc. (Philippines) – 2008
Telefonica O2 (Czech Republic) – 2009
SingNet (Singapore) – 2010
StarHub (Singapore) – 2010
EarthLink Telecommunications (Iraq) – 2010
Mobily (Saudi Arabia) – 2010
Telekom Malaysia (Malaysia) – 2011

Government Agencies

U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USA) – 2008
U.S. Army (USA) – 2008
U.S. Department of Defense (USA) – 2008 and 2010
City of Hurst, TX (USA) – 2008
Department of Science and Technology, Advanced Science and Technology Institute (Philippines) – 2009
Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (Japan ) – 2009
SUK Negeri Sembilan (Malaysia) – 2010
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Indonesia) – 2010
U.S. Naval Sea Command (USA) – 2010
Ministry of Agriculture (Saudi Arabia) – 2012


International Organization for Migration (Philippines/Switzerland) – 2007
International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (Malaysia) – 2009
Geodata Solutions Inc. (Philippines) – 2009
National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence (NAv6) (Malaysia) – 2010
MMSC Ventures Sdn Bhd / Malaysian Academy of Creative Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia) – 2011
Pernec Integrated Network Systems Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) – 2011
Emineox BV (Netherlands) – 2011
Episcopal Health Services (USA) – 2011
Al Kharj University (Saudi Arabia) – 2012
Riyadh Bank (Saudi Arabia) – 2012