With IPv6, everything can have a unique number, making it easier and quicker for data to find its way around the Internet. In comparison to IPv4's 4.3 billion IP addresses, IPv6 can assign about 340 trillion trillion trillion (that's not a typo).

Or to be exact: 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 IP addresses.

The Bottom Line here: GENIUS.  IPv6 stands for Internet Protocol Version 6.   Fascinating, mind boggling,  unbelievable, futuristic, magical are just a few ways to describe it when you read about the history and technology that is behind what we know as 'The Internet.'  

This is a must read for anyone who uses the internet.   It will reinforce the feeling we all get  when we use the net;  it makes us feel like magicians with a magic wand sitting on our desk or in our lap…

Internet grows by trillions of addresses, as IPV6 rolls out worldwide

 
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