Posts by Hollis Kara
Looking to take on a leadership role in the ARIN community? We just launched two new instructional videos on Governance and Policy that explain how ARIN fits into the larger Internet governance community, our election cycle, the composition and responsibilities of the ARIN Advisory Council and Board of Trustees, and how you can get involved.
Hollis Kara, Directer of Communications, shares an overview of what ARIN's outreach and events will look like in 2022.
We're celebrating the 10 year anniversary of ARIN on the Road! We take a look back at a decade of events, and share details about changes moving forward.
Hollis Kara, Communications Manager, offers a sneak peek at the upcoming launch of our newly redesigned www.arin.net, debuting on 2 March 2019.
We are currently undertaking a massive project to redesign our website. We received lots of great input that we have already put to use in shaping the next phases of our redesign effort. Take a look!
We need your input to help us redesign our website. Want to join the fun? Learn how you can participate!
Over and over again we hear that people need more resources to help them deploy IPv6, so we have set out to find out what would be the most valuable for those who are trekking upward. Our first step is to discover the what kind of IPv6 activities are already occurring in our region.
6 June 2016 marked the fourth anniversary of World IPv6 Launch, and looking back we have made pretty significant progress since then, with Google reporting that the percentage of users that access Google over IPv6 is now up to 12%.
There’s a lot going on at ARIN at any given time, which means there’s a lot for you – the community – to take in. What’s the easiest way to make sure you stay in the loop? The answer is simple: subscribe to one of our mailing lists.
Just last week was the second anniversary of the World IPv6 Launch, and the Internet Society published some interesting and useful information in celebration of this milestone—everything from an infographic to IPv6 case studies. But that isn’t the only milestone event that is contributing to the rising interest in IPv6. This week we also got word from our region to the south that LACNIC reached their final /10 of IPv4 address space on Tuesday, marking the exhaustion of addresses in their region.
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