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What fuels a market?. The interaction of demand and supply! IPv4 exhaustion has had its impacts on supply. But can we quantify demand?. IPv4 Demand Estimates. Assuming that... U p to the start of 2015 IPv6 uptake remains at relatively low levels

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What fuels a market
What fuels a market?

The interaction of demand and supply!

IPv4 exhaustion has had its impacts on supply.

But can we quantify demand?


Ipv4 demand estimates
IPv4 Demand Estimates

Assuming that...

  • Up to the start of 2015 IPv6 uptake remains at relatively low levels

  • That IPv4 address allocations in the period 2005 – 2010 were meeting demand in all regions

  • That regional demand growth in the next three years will roughly track that of the past three years

    Then it’s possible to project IPv4 supply shortfall over the next three years.


A Regional Breakdown:

APNIC

RIPE NCC

shortfall

shortfall

demand

demand

supply

supply

LACNIC

ARIN

shortfall

demand

AFRINIC

supply


300M

In 2014 these figures project an aggregate demand for 350M addresses, and a

supply channel that will deliver 50M addresses, with a shortfall of 300M addresses

for the year, and a total shortfall of 788M addresses over 2011 - 2014


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