"This winter, the Internet passed a major milestone in its twenty-year-old wunderkind evolution from a small, experimental research network to one of the technical foundations of modern society. In a brief Miami hotel conference room ceremony, ICANN allocated the last five IPv4 address blocks on February 3 — the long anticipated endgame towards eventual Internet address space exhaustion was officially underway ."
"As anyone who has watched the reimagined Battlestar Galactica will tell you, Sixes are trouble. They are undoubtedly alluring, but all the while they are working covertly, following The Plan, right under the noses of their targets. Nobody realizes the true nature of the threat until it’s too late."
First Meeting of IPv6 Council Location:UCL Campus of Woluwe-St-Lambert Date: 16 of February 2011.
Despite a large penetration of the Internet in Belgium, measurements performed within the the IPv6 Council of Belgium, a non-profit non-Governmental organization www.ipv6council.be, indicate that Belgium is behind many other countries for the IPv6 Internet.
Montevideo, 3 February 2011 – The Number Resource Organization (NRO) announced today that the free pool of available IPv4 addresses is now fully depleted.
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