Your IPv4 addresses are a financial asset. On today’s episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss how to leverage this asset for a financial windfall or to finance a v6 initiative.
The question is, when do IPv4 addresses start to lose their resale value?
Guest Lee Howard joins the IPv6 Buzz crew to discuss these issues.
They also discuss why and how IPv6 is faster than IPv4, and what that means for your business.
Lee is CEO and founder of the IPv6-as-a-Service provider Retevia.
Long recognized as an industry leader in IPv6, Lee led one of the world’s largest IPv6 deployments while at Time Warner Cable.
Lee has also contributed to many IETF RFCs and served on the ARIN board for nearly 10 years.
Topics discussed include:
- How and why IPv6 is much faster than IPv4
- Why it matters that IPv6 is faster than IPv4 from a business standpoint
- The current status of the market for IPv4 addresses and how it’s likely to change
- How IPv4 addresses can help fund an enterprise IPv6 project (and how that will help cloud and IoT adoption)
Thanks for listening!
Prisoner of IPv4 – Lee’s NANOG76 presentation via YouTube