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Report explores the IaaS Latin America forecast and analysis to 2021

This Insider Report provides a five-year forecast of the cloud computing and IaaS markets, developed using rigorous bottom-up modeling …


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Hugo Weaving Enjoyed Outrageousness of Playing Red Skull in Captain America

Hugo Weaving was a great Nazi in Captain America: The First Avenger, playing Cap’s nemesis, Red Skull. And given that it was a comic book movie, meaning time and space are fluid—and given that any non-Loki villain has failed to really capture people’s attention—it’s natural to want Weaving back. So he’s opened the door a crack to coming back to Marvel, a studio he didn’t love working with.

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Professional Photographers of America Announces International…

PPA‘s Photo Competition Continues to Grow in Both Participants and Live Streaming Viewership

(PRWeb August 05, 2016)

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While You Were Offline: Captain America Had a Tough Week, You Guys

While You Were Offline: Captain America Had a Tough Week, You Guys

Somehow this week the internet had a lot of opinions about whether or not Captain America could be gay and/or part of Hydra. The post While You Were Offline: Captain America Had a Tough Week, You Guys appeared first on WIRED.
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North America has used up its new IPv4 addresses

North America has finally run out of new addresses based on IPv4, the numbering system that got the Internet where it is today but which is running out of space for the coming era of networking.

The American Registry for Internet Numbers, the nonprofit group that distributes Internet addresses for the region, said Thursday it has assigned the last addresses in its free pool. The announcement came after years of warnings from ARIN and others that IPv4 addresses were running out and that enterprises and carriers should adopt the next protocol, IPv6.

IPv4 dates back to 1981 and only has room for 4.3 billion unique addresses. IPv6, introduced in 1999, should have enough addresses to serve Internet users for generations, according to ARIN. 

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It’s official: North America is out of new IPv4 addresses

North America has finally run out of new addresses based on IPv4, the numbering system that got the Internet where it is today but which is running out of space for the coming era of networking.

The American Registry for Internet Numbers, the nonprofit group that distributes Internet addresses for the region, said Thursday it has assigned the last addresses in its free pool. The announcement came after years of warnings from ARIN and others that IPv4 addresses were running out and that enterprises and carriers should adopt the next protocol, IPv6.

IPv4 dates back to 1981 and only has room for 4.3 billion unique addresses. IPv6, introduced in 1999, should have enough addresses to serve Internet users for generations, according to ARIN. 

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