It’s finally happened — the American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN) is the latest regional Internet registry to announce exhaustion of IPv4 addresses. At an industry conference last week, ARIN announced that all IPv4 addresses will be gone by the middle of August. Supply has dropped to the point that now, like service providers in Europe and Asia-Pacific, North American operators will need to be IPv6-ready in order to expand in the future.
With public IPv4 resources fast depleting, we want to know — how are you coping?
Whether you’re stretching out existing IPv4 resources, making preparations for IPv6, or already offering IPv6 to end users, we want to hear from you. For the second year, Incognito is conducting its global IPv6 Readiness in the Communication Service Provider Industry survey.
The IPv6 survey only takes 5-10 minutes to complete and covers:
- Stages of IPv6 adoption
- Current challenges
- Timelines and plans for the future
All participants will receive a free copy of the industry report. Communication service providers of all sizes are invited to contribute to this important industry research and help create a snapshot of the state of IPv6 readiness worldwide. Take the survey now.