Information sharing and expert analysis are critical to the development of a more transparent, efficient IPv4 transfer market. Therefore, we are pleased to announce the addition of several Guest Contributors to Kalorama’s blog, beginning with Geoff Huston, Milton Mueller, and Brenden Kuerbis.
Geoff Huston, B.Sc., M.Sc., is the Chief Scientist at APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry serving the Asia Pacific region. His insightful and often humorous posts can also be found on Potaroo.net.
Milton Mueller is a Professor at Syracuse University School of Information Studies, a founder of the Internet Governance Project, and a member of the Advisory Council of ARIN, in addition to being a member of the Public Interest Registry (the registry that runs .ORG).
Brenden Kuerbis is a research consultant and a Scientific Committee member of the Internet Governance Project.
Huston, Mueller, and Kuerbis are adept at analyzing and delineating the issues surrounding IPv4 address transfers and IPv6 migration. We look forward to each new post and the resulting conversations among community members.
Read the latest post, Geoff Huston’s “A Royal Opinion on Carrier Grade NATs.”