APNIC


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APNIC

(Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) See IANA.
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(76) APNIC, the official distributor of core Internet resources (e.g., IP address blocks) regionally since 1996, has also seen an increasing number of members from 108 members in its first year of 1996 to over 5,000 members at present.
(203) The fact that Asia and Europe's respective RIRs allow legacy holders to transfer control of legacy addresses to new entities that can register them with APNIC and RIPE without losing the legacy status of the addresses will have serious implications for the ability of ARIN and other RIRs to protect their supplies of IPv4 addresses.
SANOG is also backed by several international organizations, working for the development of Internet, like ICANN, ISOC, APNIC and NSRC.
On this achievement, Nikhil Rathi, Director of Web Werks said, "Web Werks is a pioneer data center provider in India, and continuing with this, we are the first to initiate the installation of the RIPE Atlas Anchor with the outstanding support of APNIC. This will help in enhancing our integration and system to guarantee that our clients in India get the best Internet experience.
Amir Malik, CEO CIS was present on the occasion who said that CIS was the forerunner Internet Service provider in Pakistan and maintaining its legacy it becomes first to initiate the installation of the RIPE Atlas Anchor with the outstanding support of APNIC. He further said that this will help in fostering our integration and system to ensure that our clients in Pakistan get the best internet experience.
APNIC, responsible for Asia Pacific, has already restricted new allocations to 1,024 IP addresses from April 201 I and it is expected that the Reseaux IP Europeens (RIPE), responsible for Europe, will be exhausted of available address space by mid-2012.
In particular, APNIC 33 showcases regional IPv6 deployment as today's most important industry topic.
The Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) was assigned two large blocks of addresses earlier this week, causing the rule to kick in.
Last month, the last two of the remaining five batches of global IPv4 addresses were awarded to APNIC, the regional internet registry of the Asia Pacific.
The request for addresses had been made by the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNic), as it has almost come to the end of its current allocation of IP Version 4 (IPv4) addresses.
The three major RIRs (RIPE, ARIN and APNIC) actually predate ICANN, and obtained most of the address resources they administer prior to the creation of ICANN in 1998.
APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific region, has been assigned two blocks of IPv4 addresses by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (LANA).