Monthly Archives December 2013

Asset Security through Remodeling

By : admin |December 17, 2013 |Blog |0 Comment

As a CFO or CIO, your main concern is not only to protect your assets, but also produce financial results that preserve your network design.

RACKIP understands your desires to maintain of your IPv4 resources to power you through future mergers and acquisitions. We also know that historical allocations may be sparsely used, intended to withstand more load than you are now seeing. You may be in need of remodeling to free resources for sale.
Finally prices have risen, to make remodeling IPv4 networks worthwhile. For that, we have buyers ready to acquire your IPv4 blocks, but we will also guide you through every step of the way through the transfer process.
You can put your trust in us. We’ve not only pioneered IPv4 Address Block transfers within our local region, but we’ve also designed the process to run reliably, efficiently, ethically and financially prudent.
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Time to SELL : Adopt in IPv6

By : admin |December 17, 2013 |Blog |0 Comment

IPv6 adoption is now growing at an exponential rate, and this is especially important if you have IPv4 addresses that you wish to liquidate as you, too, move into IPv6.
There is no question that it is worthwhile for your organization to sell your IPv4 properties now. It is a matter of time that prices on IPv4 blocks will dramatically fall at some point with the rapid adoption of IPv6.
Google continuously reports the percentage of users connecting to them via IPv6 in their report here:

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As this chart shows, from July 2015 to July 2016 the IPv6 adoption rate has doubled from 6% to 12%.
Also, Google isn’t the only large technology corporation discussing IPv6 adoption.
Recently, Apple wrote:
“At WWDC 2015 we announced the transition to IPv6-only network services in iOS 9. Starting June 1, 2016 all apps submitted to the App Store must support IPv6-only networking.”
In short, Apple had already made the order that every app for the iPhone must run only on IPv6.
But even as IPv6 adoption booms, time is needed to fix certain issues that plague the system.
If it’s these configuration issues are not quickly fixed, we predict that prices would increase slower. So the market for IPv4 could last for at least a period of time for now.
Either way, staying on top of any IPv6 developments is the absolute key. A few methods to stay ahead of the pack are to use dollar cost averaging techniques and sell IPv4 blocks as large IPv4 sellers enter the market, and to watch applications that are encouraging IPv6 deployment.
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IPv6 : Preparing for the FUTURE

By : admin |December 17, 2013 |Blog |0 Comment

“We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost.” – Last Speech by Nokia’s CEO For one of the greatest companies to rise and fall all within a single decade, we have received the most foreboding warning of all time: that preparation is necessary well in advance for the survival of any organization. Just as the explosion of devices per capita or the run out of IPv4 addresses in ARIN, while the bridge to the next technology (IPv6) is being built (and tested for reliability), there are a few options you can go through now before the inevitable complete transition into IPv6 arrives. As a start, know that you have valuable real estate in IPv4 address blocks – a property that organizations and large institutions need. These addresses can be sold, and such assets, even when left static for long periods, can be liquidated. Consider purchasing IPv4 blocks if you need an easy way into the trade, but please note that prices change depending on the rate of IPv6 adoption.

But even now, the IPv4 market is exhibiting a shortness of supply and increasing demand, causing average /16 prices to rise to $9/IP globally. Whichever preparation you need – buying or selling – we pride ourselves in giving you the counsel you need in IP trade. Whether you choose to buy or sell, we ensure you that reap your just rewards. Contact us to learn more!

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