What Happens if You're IPv4 Only
Infographics Light Reading 11/21/2013
Enterprises may consider moving to IPv6 an expensive task that doesn't generate any new off-setting revenues, but as American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) points out, there are negative business consequences for those who fail to adopt a v6 transition strategy.
Check them out in the infographic below:
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