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IPv4’s Time is Up… Or Is It?

With the Czech government's recent resolution to discontinue IPv4 in favor of IPv6 for state-provided web services, a significant question arises: Are we witnessing the end of IPv4? The truth is nuanced. While this move by the Czech government, as reported by CZ.NIC and echoed by discussions in the APNIC community, highlights a robust push towards IPv6, it does not.

Alpha Infolab Facilitates IPv4 Address Acquisition for Saudi Arabia’s Visionary City, Neom

Alpha Infolab, Inc. is delighted to announce that the company has played a key role in enabling the procurement of IPv4 addresses for Neom. Neom is a brainchild of Saudi Crown Prince His Royal Highness Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud, which is a ground breaking urban development initiative of the Government of Saudi Arabia. Neom, a pioneering initiative set to.

AWS’s new charge for public IPv4 addresses

Starting February 1, 2024, Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced a new charge for public IPv4 addresses across all its services and regions. The charge is $0.005 per hour, for each public IPv4 address, whether in use or not. This decision reflects the increasing scarcity and rising acquisition costs of IPv4 addresses, aiming to encourage more efficient use and the transition.

IPv6+ to succeed IPv6 in the future?

The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 has been a significant step in the evolution of the Internet. Recent discussions in the industry indicate the development of another IP version, known as IPv6+. Introduction to IPv6+ Defining IPv6+ Transitioning to IPv6+ Frequently Asked Questions Introduction to IPv6+ IPv6+ is being discussed as the successor to IPv6. Industry experts believe that IPv6+.

RIPE NCC finally runs out of /22 IPv4 addresses

In a significant development that marks a pivotal moment in the digital era, the RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC) announced on 25 November 2019 that they have allocated their final /22 IPv4 addresses. This means that the last remaining addresses in their available pool have now been exhausted. The Long-Anticipated IPv4 Exhaustion The Future of IPv4 Addresses A Global Concern.

NIXI pushes IPv6 adoption in India

Key Initiatives 1. IPv6 expert panel (IP Guru) 2. NIXI Academy 3. NIXI-IP-INDEX The National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) has taken a significant step forward in promoting the adoption of IPv6 in the country. Sh. Ajay Prakash Sawhney, the Secretary of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) and Chairman of NIXI, recently unveiled three pivotal initiatives aimed.
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