[GTER] Quem comprou, comprou. Quem não comprou...
rafael at miaminoc.com
Thu Mar 24 14:09:39 -03 2011
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Azure Platform
Entre outras mil razões...
From: gter-bounces at eng.registro.br [mailto:gter-bounces at eng.registro.br] On Behalf Of Bruno L F Cabral
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2011 12:19 PM
To: Grupo de Trabalho de Engenharia e Operacao de Redes
Subject: Re: [GTER] Quem comprou, comprou. Quem não comprou...
Pra que a mico$oft precisa disso a não ser especular futuramente??
Em Qui, Março 24, 2011 10:02 am, MARLON BORBA escreveu:
> ake up call for our friends in the Regional Internet Registries.
> Nortel, the Canadian telecommunications equipment manufacturer that
> filed for bankruptcy protection in 2009, has succeeded in making its
> legacy IPv4 address block an asset that can be sold to generate money
> for its creditors. The March 23 edition of the Dow Jones Daily
> Bankruptcy Report has reported that Nortel's block of 666,624 IPv4's
> was sold for $7.5 million - a price of $11.25 per IP address. The
> buyer of the addresses was Microsoft.
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