ARIN, IETF stash IPv4 addresses; Vietnam's telco superhighway complete

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> The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has put aside a reserve of 4.2 million IPv4 addresses in an effort to make it easier for service providers to transition to IPv6. Article

> Vibble, an IPTV service targeting South Asians who live in the U.S., got more cash from parent company Internet Broadcasting Corporation in advance of its May launch. Article

> Vietnam Telecom International (VTI) and Telecom Cambodia (TC) completed construction of the new Cambodian-Vietnamese Super Highway Telecoms Network that will provide bandwidth to Cambodian consumers. Article

> mDialog, a provider of stream management for addressable TV commercials on connected devices, announced that its Smart Stream Video Platform is fully integrated with AuthenTec's content protection services. Release

> Dr. Peter Tippett, Verizon's vice president of enterprise innovation and the company's health IT practice group, will deliver the conference's opening keynote address at the ID360: The Global Forum on Identity conference. Release

And finally ... Adam Selipski, VP of Amazon's AWS division, predicts that within 20 years, most enterprises will run entirely in the cloud. Article

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