This technical report is summarizing the talks and presentations of the 3rd German IPv6 Summit 2010 at the Hasso Plattner Institute for Software System Engineering in Potsdam on June 24./25 2010. The goal of this summit is to present current developments concerning the implementation of the new IPv6 technology from political and economic perspectives, as well as from a technological point of view. The limits of the old Internet Protocol IPv6 have become obvious lately. While, last year at the 2nd German IPv6 Summit 2009, 11% of the available IPv4 internet addresses had been still available, this stock has shrunk to almost only 6%. This year’s guest of honor was Peter T. Kirstein, the ‘European Father of the Internet’, who established the very first ARPANET node outside the USA in the early 1970s. Besides him, the conference was complemented by talks and presentations of high-ranking representatives from industry, government, and research.