The depletion of the IPv4 address pool has led to an evolving Internet through the deployment of both IPv4 and IPv6. Luckily, Joe’s Datacenter began early planning for enough address space to make both available to our clients for their growth.
“The migration to IPv6 will ensure global visibility across the whole Internet for generations to come,” said Joe Morgan, owner of Joe’s Datacenter.
“While there are still IPv4 address blocks available, every business that relies on the Internet for websites and email should plan to move to IPv6 as soon as possible. We are here to help businesses take action today,” Morgan said.
Joe’s Datacenter is also currently on the Waiting List for Unmet Requests. In the future, any IPv4 address space that ARIN receives from IANA, or recovers from revocations or returns from organizations will be used to satisfy requests on the Waiting List for Unmet Requests.
Joe’s Datacenter currently has 23,522 IPv4 addresses and 18,446,744,073,709,552,000 IPv6 in possession to share with expanding or new business clients. Joe’s Datacenter has been dual-stacking customers by providing both IPv4 and IPv6 for several years.
As more and more companies are faced with either having to wait for IPv4 address space to be recaptured or make use of the transfer market, forward-thinkers will accelerate their IPv6 transition plans. Joe’s Datacenter is joining ARIN’s new Get6 campaign to urge companies to move to IPv6. Let’s keep the Internet evolving. Call Joe’s Datacenter at 1-877-JOE-DATA or email [email protected] and make your move today.