US Government Plan to Complete IPv6 Transition

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By now, many people have seen the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) request for comments to a memo outlining stages to move to IPv6-only. We mentioned a precursor to this US government IPv6 transition plan in December. The memo includes some migration milestones: At least 20% of IP-enabled assets on Federal networks are IPv6-only by the end of … Read More

2019 IPv4 Address Market Roundup

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With the start of 2020, it’s a good time to review performance of the IPv4 market over the course of 2019. Read on for our full perspective, but if you’re interested in tracking prices, we have a new transaction ticker on IPv4.Global, with a plug-in coming. Looking at data from our online marketplace, prices are off their peaks for the … Read More

U.S. Department of Defense IPv4 Address Space

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Startling news a couple of weeks ago as everyone learned that the bill in the House of Representatives to fund the Department of Defense contained the following provisions: (1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 10 years after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall sell all of the IPv4 addresses described in subsection (b) at … Read More

Buying and Selling IPv4 Addresses – Part II

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Part II of A Two part Blog Series From IPv4.Global CEO: GABE FRIED Read Part I As previously discussed in part one of this series, IPv6 hasn’t quite made the giant splash throughout the enterprise landscape that many expected. Now, don’t get me wrong, IPv6 still plays a major role in the IT space. In the world of telecommunications, IPv6 … Read More

Buying and Selling IPv4 Addresses – Part I

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Part I of A Two part Blog Series From IPv4.Global CEO: GABE FRIED As we progress further into the digital age, new technologies are the driving forces behind IoT, Big Data, and enterprise cloud computing. The growth in these areas comes principally from massive economies of scale in storage, bandwidth, chipset manufacturing and other inputs. Each of these new technologies … Read More