Every device that connects to the Internet needs an IP address, and the problem is that we've very nearly run out of them. This could be a real barrier to the future of the automotive industry.
IPv6 is vital for supporting future Internet growth because we’ve already started to exhaust IPv4 resources around the world. If you’re buying an Internet connected device, ask if it is IPv6 ready.
Most of us use the Internet on a daily basis and its influence is so great that it could even be considered the ‘fourth utility’ in most people’s homes.
Virtually everyone in the modern business world uses the Internet, and that's why Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are of critical importance.
Mobile devices are fueling the stratospheric rise of internet-on-the-move and emerging economies are pivotal to this surge in mobile connectivity.
Over the past 30 years, we’ve seen the Internet grow from a fledgling ARPA experiment to a transformative force.
It's hard to think that only a few decades ago, the Internet was only a technology known to a few users
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Since the introduction of 3G commercial networks a decade ago, there has been a sharp increase in the number of connected devices.
Friday, 14 September 2012 marked a milestone in Internet history, one that should get more companies on the IPV6 bandwagon.