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Preparing a Network for IPv6

The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is the entity responsible for handing out IP addresses for the Internet. During a recent study they determined that available IPv4 addresses, the ones we are most familiar with today with four groups of numbers, is coming...

IPv4 to IPv6: What Investors Need to Know

A very large investment opportunity is being overlooked by most Investors in tech as it is, quite frankly, overlooked by most of humanity. The Internet is a force and that force is undergoing a forklift upgrade as we speak. The Internet Assigned Name Authority (IANA)...

2012: The Year for IPv6 Adoption

Without question, 2011 was a significant year for IPv6, the essential next-generation Internet addressing protocol. The year’s notable IPv6 news included highly publicized announcements by Regional Internet Registries (RIR) on depleted IPv4 resources, and the start of...

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