An EETD Seminar on November 12, 2010 -- Speakers Matt Ryanczak & Richard Jimmerson, both with American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
The available pool of IPv4 addresses - less than 7% - will run out soon. The solution is IPv6. While this seemingly endless number of addresses will help support next-generation, IP-based networks and services, many companies have been slow to adopt IPv6 because of cost, and the need for bridging technology to make IPv4 and IPv6 systems compatible.

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