Vincentas Grinius | 1 March 2021 | Stories

Internet Development History Explained

As part of the Pentagon’s apparatus against a possible Soviet nuclear attack, military planners saw it fit to set up a decentralized communication network that cannot be rendered ineffective in case of a missile attack. The significant implications of centralized networks are that, since they need centralized switching facilities, they are necessarily easier targets. As…

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Vincentas Grinius | 6 November 2020 | Stories

How Can We Alleviate IPv4 Exhaustion

Back in the 1980s, no one would have foreseen that the Internet would grow the way it did and that IPv4 addresses would become a scarce asset. Today, we face a shortage of available IPs and the emergence of a secondary IP address market, proving that IPv4 addresses are sought after and are a valuable…

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