In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, the value of IP addresses has surged to the forefront of discussions. Over a month ago, Amazon Web Services (AWS) made a pivotal announcement, reshaping the IP address pricing landscape.
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Vincentas Grinius is a serial entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in network, infrastructure, and internet policy. As the CEO of IPXO, an all-in-one Internet Protocol platform, Grinius is committed to addressing complex network management issues and helping to alleviate the global IPv4 shortage. With a strong background in technology and a deep understanding of the internet landscape, Grinius brings a unique perspective to the table. He is driven by a passion for innovation and a desire to create solutions that enable organizations to succeed in today's digital age.
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RPKI and its key component ROA have become power tools for secure and efficient network infrastructure. In this blog post, we delve into IPXO's journey with ROA, explore its features and interactions with RIRs, demonstrate its tangible benefits, and analyse its global adoption and impact on network…
The policy of the Asia-Pacific Regional Internet Registry (APNIC) that does not accept IP leasing has been questioned during its recent meeting in conjunction with APRICOT. While each of the five global RIRs has its own policies regarding IP leasing, this opinion piece argues that the APNIC policy …
Since the exhaustion of the IPv4 address pool, companies across the globe heavily rely on IPv4 transfer and lease markets. Unfortunately, transferred IP address blocks are far more likely to be blocklisted due to IP address abuse. But while abuse negatively affects IP address reputation, the risks …
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