Archive | April, 2011

Asia Pacific region runs out of IPv4 Internet addresses

Media release – 18 April 2011 The organisation that manages Internet address allocation for the Asia Pacific region has announced that it has no more IPv4 Internet addresses available for general allocation. APNIC (the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) is now implementing austerity measures, in which its remaining few IPv4 addresses are rationed to its […]

IPv6 – Pressure growing on industry to act

(InternetNZ Media Release – 14 April 2011) 2011 is turning into a crunch year for adopting the new standard for Internet addressing, called IPv6. At the same time, with zero Government funding, industry groups are under increasing pressure. The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force and InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) are stepping up to the […]