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RIPE NCC in the News

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IPv4 addresses "to be exhausted within six months"

"Deploying IPv6 is now a requirement, not an option.” (source: PC PRO)

Last blocks of IPv4 Net Addresses Set to be Shared

"The future growth and innovation of the internet is now reliant on deployment of IPv6," said Axel Pawlik, Managing Director of the RIPE NCC. (source: BBC)

Internet Almost Out of Space With Allocation of Last Addresses

The Internet Address and Naming Agency (IANA), which doles out blocks of new internet addresses said on Tuesday morning that it will allocate the last seven remaining blocks of IPv4 addresses this month, including three to the overall internet registrar for Asia and the Pacific. (source: The Guardian)

Internet Addresses Are Running Out

The world is running out of Internet addresses — possibly as soon as next summer there will be none left, and then we have a problem, says the head of the European authority that assigns them. (source: Wall Street Journal Europe)

IPv6 Press Conference

Elise Gerich, ICANN Vice President for IANA, and Axel Pawlik, Chair of the Number Resource Organization (NRO) Executive Council, answered reporters' questions during a news conference on global IPv6 adoption at ICANN's 39th public meeting in Cartagena, Colombia

Graph Shows Decline of IPv4 Has Been Mostly Linear

As the free pool of IPv4 addresses reaches its end, the RIPE NCC looks at the evolution of the amount of unassigned IPv4 address space over time. (Source: CircleID)

Secondary DNS Service for ccTLDs

One of the hot topics at this year's Internet Governance Forum was the continuing development of the infrastructure of the Internet in emerging markets. (Source: CircleID)

Companies starting to get IPv6 message

Although ISPs could be doing more to promote the technology says RIPE NCC (Source: Techworld)

DNS Security Adoption Boosted by Root Zone Key

Culmination of decades of work will help make internet more secure. (Source V3.co.uk)

Internet Takes DNSSEC on Board

Root servers get assigned security standard (Source: Network World)