Forward-thinking network operators in Latin America and the Caribbean are using the Internet’s next-generation protocol, called IPv6, to gain a business edge over their competitors. The upside for customers is better quality of service, and in the long term a more future-proof regional Internet. The Internet Protocol, or IP, is the method by which data …
As of May 21, the Caribbean entered a new phase of IPv4 exhaustion planning, as the pool of addresses reached 8,388,606.
LACNIC’s visit to Trinidad and Tobago from February 17 to 19 was part of the organisation’s push to accelerate IPv6 deployment in the Caribbean.
CaribNOG events draw industry experts from across the international technical community, allowing regional participants to benefit from the top minds in the global industry.