Tag: ARIN policies

2016 IPv4 Market Midyear Report

In the first half of 2016, transfers increase with fewer addresses changing hands as global supply wanes, /16s dominate larger block sales,  mid- and large-block prices rise and converge.

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IPv6 or Bust (or Not): What stories about the IPv6 migration imperative are missing

The IPv4 trading market is essential to the success of the IPv6 transition.

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IPv4 Market Update – September 2015

The ARIN free pool runs dry, a new ARIN policy proposal seeks to remove all needs requirements for transfers, the North American  IPv4 trading market continues to boom, and implementation of the new RIPE interRIR transfer policy promises to expand the global market.

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IPv4 Market Update – June 2015

The North American IPv4 free pool nears total depletion, ARIN activates its waitlist, a needs based standard is proposed for 8.3 transfers, and IPv6 continues to reach new heights in the U.S. while maintaining persistent lows elsewhere in North America.

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