Tag: IPv4 market

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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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 – August 2015

August saw 5 million+ numbers transferred in or from the ARIN region, escalating IPv4 market participation, and a still gradual rate of IPv6 adoption; network operators settle into a “new normal.”

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Don’t Blame the Market for Breaking the IPv4 Routing Table

There are many misconceptions about the IPv4 market.  Often, these misconceptions are red herrings, repeated in different venues to transform them into conventional wisdom.

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