It’s time to turn over a new leaf with the latest edition of ARIN Bits, which includes updates on our tree-mendously busy third quarter and what to expect in the rest of the year. Read up on a pile of updates to programs and services along with ARIN 52 and ARIN Elections details, upcoming industry events, and much more.
Enterprises don’t build or sell Internet products and services, but instead use the Internet as a critical enabler. So how do we make the case for their transition to IPv6? ARIN Community Grant recipient, ARIN 52 Fellow, Founder and President of Saatvik Advisors, and Founder and Director of Saatvik Research E. Marie Brierley discusses how convincing marketing teams may be the key.
We would like to congratulate the organizations receiving funding from the ARIN Community Grant Program this year, share details about their projects, and discuss the impact of the program.
This blog post is intended to raise awareness of and highlight the technical community’s concerns about the United Nations (U.N.) Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology’s (OSET) recent comments that appear to overlook an important distinction between the respective roles of the technical community and the civil society in the Internet ecosystem.
See how the countries and geographic areas of the Caribbean rank when it comes to their percentage of Internet traffic using IPv6.
To help Internet number resource holders understand ARIN’s legacy fee cap, its impending expiration, and the benefits of bringing legacy resources under a Registration Services Agreement, we're sharing this thorough overview of the opportunity.
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