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ARIN, the organisation that manages Internet IP address allocation for North America, is approaching the end of its supply of IPv4 addresses.
The Internet Society of Australia predicted “piecemeal improvements” to IPv6 adoption in 2013.
The call for ramping up the roll out of the IPv6 standard has been renewed with a warning the world could run out of IPv4 addresses by as early as 2011.
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