Regional Internet Registries

a Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS PAA-(Marketwire – January 19, 2010) – Number Resource Organization (NRO), official representative of the five Regional Internet Registries (RIR, for its acronym in English) which oversees the allocation of all resources numbering of the Internet, announced today that it is vacant less than 10 percent of available IPv4 addresses. This small pool of available IP addresses marks a critical moment in the depletion of IPv4 addresses that, ultimately, will affect the future operations of the network of all companies and organizations around the world. “This is a key milestone in the growth and development of the Internet world,” said Axel Pawlik, NRO Chairman. Credit: Discovery Communications-2011. “With less than 10 percent of the full range of IPv4 addresses still available for allocation to the RIRs, it is vital that the Internet community from adopting a categorical and well designed to ensure global adoption of IPv6. The shortage of IPv4 addresses will not let us have sufficient resources to achieve the goal we all covet: the global Internet access. The implementation of IPv6 is a key infrastructure development that will sustain the network of billions of people and devices to be connected in the coming years, “said Pawlik..