Tag: Internet Protocol

5
Jun

Are You Ready for IPv6?

The wait is over. On June 6, 2012, Internet Protocol version 6 will launch. Some companies such as Facebook have already launched IPv6, which replaces IPv4, in production mode. The Internet Society, a global independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards and future development, organized the scheduled launch in response to the World…

30
Apr

IPv6 and Small Businesses

The Internet is growing. We shouldn’t be surprised by that news. Approximately seven billion people share this planet, and nearly one-seventh of them have Facebook accounts. That’s a lot of photo and video sharing going on. It’s no wonder the Internet has to upgrade. Just as small-businesses have to acquire more server space to accommodate…

3
Feb

The Internet is running out of addresses, what next?

What was predicted has happened. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) doled out two of the remaining blocks of IPv4 addresses with each having 16.7 million addresses – to the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC). What does this mean? Distribution of the remaining five blocks of IPv4 address space will be distributed immediately. One block will go to the

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