As IPv4 addresses dwindle, push for IPv6 gets stronger

04/14/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

IPv6 adoption is creeping along at a slow pace as just 8% of IPv4 addresses remain, according to the Number Resource Organization. While some big-name players such as Google and Netflix are prepping sites for the next Web protocol, the organization says the Internet industry is not prepared for when IPv4 runs out in the next year or so.

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