Archive | October, 2012

ARIN scrapes bottom of IPv4 barrel

By Campbell Gardiner The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) has 2.83 /8s of IPv4 space remaining and will run out completely in either the first or second quarter of next year, it was announced today. Speaking at the 8th annual Australian IPv6 Summit, ARIN President and CEO John Curran reiterated that global depletion has […]

IPv6 central to our Internet future

By Campbell Gardiner The 8th annual Australian IPv6 Summit kicked off in fine style this morning, with global computing giants HP and Cisco positioning IPv6 front and centre of an increasingly networked and connected world. The Internet is now a mission critical piece of infrastructure for almost all businesses and organisations, a point stressed by […]

Internode bags an ANZIA; Studentnet highly commended

The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force extends its congratulations to Australian broadband provider Internode, who won the IPv6 category at last week’s ANZIA Awards in Canberra. Congratulations also go to Studentnet, who was Highly Commended in the IPv6 category. In 2011, Internode became the first broadband company in Australia to offer IPv6 as a standard […]