Latest IPv4 address exhaustion Stories

2009-11-17 07:37:00

AMSTERDAM, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- With just over 10% of IPv4 address space left, the RIPE NCC launches How to Act Now - a guide to making IPv6 deployment simple.

2008-10-08 18:00:13

To: TECHNOLOGY EDITORS Contact: Megan Kruse of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), +1-703-227-9872 (office), +1-571-438-7121 (cell), megank@arin.net CHANTILLY, Va., Oct.

2008-10-06 12:00:19

The Planet, the global leader in IT hosting, today announced significant improvements to its enterprise-class network.

2008-09-24 18:52:15

Vint Cerf, known as the “father of the Internet” has reported that the Web is at risk of running out of addresses that allow computers to identify with each other.

2008-08-18 09:00:32

Arbor Networks, in partnership with more than ninety network services and content providers from around the world, today published the largest study to date of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) traffic on the Internet.

2008-08-01 09:00:25

By Larry Fiorino Upon first gaining popularity, the Internet appeared to have boundless opportunities for growth. Millions of people were logging on for the first time as thousands of Web sites were launched onto the World Wide Web.

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2013-02-09 10:40:55

Image Credit: Photos.com An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to a device that participates in a computer network that uses the internet for communication, such as a printer or computer. The IP address has two functions, network interface identification and location addressing. IP addresses have been defined as a 32-bit number system known as Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) which is still in use today. But, with the limited availability of addresses, a...

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