Vinton Cerf talked about the future of Internet in Prague

Co-founder of Internet and vice president of Google, Vinton Cerf, visited Prague. On his press conference in one of the lecture rooms of the Czech Technical University in Prague he talked about the future of Internet, Internet on Mars and about democratization of the Net.

Vinton Cerf said that the number of IP addresses for Internet users might be not enough in 2012 with the current development of Internet. The number of Internet users grew from 50 million 10 years ago to current 1,1 billion.

According to Cerf, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) should establish a new standard for creating user addresses from current 32-bit address, that presents 4,3 billion IP addresses, to 128-bit address.

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