Where My Three Billion Networks At?

May 14th, 2008at 07:55am Posted by Eli

According to the Official Google Blog…

While IPv4 provides about four billion IP addresses — not enough to assign one to every one of Earth’s more than six billion inhabitants — IPv6 provides enough address space to assign almost three billion networks to every person on the planet.

Okay, so I’m not on IPv6 yet, but when I am, I totally intend to collect.  I’m going to turn my white blood cells into the most awesome computing cloud the world has ever seen.

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