As you may know I have followed the level of available IPv4 addresses for a while. By August 5, another two /8 blocks have been allocated and the number of remaining IPv4 addresses shrinked to only 14 blocks. In another word only 5,47% of the total IPv4 addresses are now available for the RIR:s (Regional Internet Registrars). It is estimated that during the coming 6-9 month no more IPv4 addresses would be available for the RIR:s and only fragmented left over addresses would be available for the use by companies, organizations and individuals.
Fortunately we can see many companies already at least initiated their IPv6 transition activities and hopefully would be able to handle the transition process properly. None prepared companies, organisations, vendors, ISP:s are strongly recommended to initiate the IPv6 transition investigation as soon as possible.