As Internet authorities prepare to announce that they have handed over all of the available addresses, a USC research group that monitors address usage has completed the latest in its series of Internet censuses.
There is some good news, according to computer scientist John Heideman, who heads a team at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Information Sciences Institute that has just released its results in the form of a detailed outline including a 10-minute video and an interactive web browser that allows users to explore the nooks and crannies of Internet space themselves.
IPv4 space is nearing full allocation. Yellow boxes indicate unallocated blocks, while green areas show responses to census and high utilization. (Source: USC Viterbi School of Engineering Information Sciences Institute)
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