SAN FRANCISCO - The new Internet Protocol/IPv6, will set up 340 undecillion Internet Protocol (IP). There are 340 trillion, trillion, trillion of new IP addresses that can be used.
Thirty years after the first Internet address is created, the stock of four billion IP addresses was finally completely discharged, Thursday. At a special ceremony in Miami, United States (U.S.), the organization that handles the allocation of global IP addresses to distribute the last batch of IPv4 addresses.
The abundance of various gadgets with Internet connections and the popularity of sites like Facebook and Twitter resulted in Internet addresses exhausted supplies.
Fortunately, the I.T company and person have set up new technology as solutions. IPv6 will replace IPv4 internet protocol, introduced in 1981 and then, with IPv6 that would provide approximately 340 trillion, trillion, trillion (undecillion) new address.
“If the capacity of IPv4 is described as a golf ball, then the comparative size for IPv6 is like the sun,” said executive chairman of the American Registry for Internet Numbers, John Curran, as quoted by the Straits Times
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