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Happy IPV6 everyone!
No idea what we’re talking about? It’s okay, not many people are aware of what IPV6 is. IPV6 is the latest web address system [after IPV4] which will help to ensure that we can continue to use the Internet smoothly. Previously, it was thought that IPV4 address would be enough, but with the rapid growth of the Internet, almost all of those addresses are claimed. Currently IPV4 addresses consist of 32 numbers while IPV6 address consist of 128 numbers, offering up about 320 undecillion variations!
Here at Colocation America, we are ready to bring you into the IPV6 groove. Check out our IPV6 page with more information and nifty charts which break down the process & differences between the 2 types of addresses.
For more information on IPV6 Day, check out World IPV6 Day.
As Director of Business Development at Colocation America, Albert A. Ahdoot leads all sales efforts by intelligence gathering, drafting, and enforcing sales policies and processes, as well as implementing and evaluating new business strategies. His thorough understanding of data center technology and efficiency enables him to anticipate clients’ needs and to position Colocation America appropriately within the very optimal technical marketplace. One of Ahdoot’s most notable achievements came about in 2000 with his founding of his own internet marketing company, Mushoo Inc. While establishing himself as a successful entrepreneur, he simultaneously became a shareholder of UnitedLayer where he exceeded sales and marketing goals through his business development efforts. A native of Southern California, he spends his time outside of work playing basketball or volleyball, hiking, reading tech-related publications, and supporting various philanthropic organizations.