IPXO

IPXO

IP Monetization and Lease Platform
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About

IPXO, formerly known as Heficed’s IP Address Market, is an IP resource management platform, which enables monetization of unused IP addresses via lease. Having outgrown its current position as part of Heficed’s framework, it will continue to grow and improve as a separate business entity, with the full switch predicted at the beginning of 2021. IPXO will be equipped with advanced features such as reputation monitoring, delegated RPKI, WHOIS, Geo object management, BGP announcement control, and open API.

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Company Updates

As Global Internet Demands Skyrocket, Expert Share Advice on How to Optimize IT Infrastructure to Meet Modern-Day Challenges

Changes in modern-day habits and acceleration of digital transformation have led to an astronomical increase in demands for data transmission speed, capacity, and security. To keep up with these demands, IT firms have to intensify efforts to be better equipped to meet modern-day demands. more

With Rising Number of Cyberattacks, Businesses Have to Know How to Handle IP Address Abuse

Cyberattacks have always been a serious headache for businesses and the last several months were no exception. If not handled in time, the attacks can lead to IP reputation loss and blocklisting, causing severe and expensive damage to companies, but a few precautionary steps can help keep the threats at bay. more

Afrinic’s IP Address Crisis Raises Red Flags for Entire African Internet’s Sustainability

The recent IP address crisis involving Africa’s regional internet registry (Afrinic) and Cloud Innovation has shaken up the internet industry, also raising the long-standing question if RIR’s IP asset governance policies are sustainable for long-term network growth. more

IPXO Launches Fully Automated Platform for IPv4 Address Leasing and Monetization

IPXO, an all-in-one IP address marketplace, has launched a new IP address management platform, which will enable companies to easily lease unused IP resources to businesses in need. more

IP Monetization: IP Leasing Makes the Case for Recurring Long-Term Revenue

Following the rapid growth of the internet over the past decade, IP addresses have become a valuable commodity, which now many are looking to monetize. According to Paulius Judickas, Head of Sales at IPXO, while selling IP assets may bring a big one-time payoff, leasing IPs could unlock consistent long-term revenue. more

Why We Started IPXO - A Unique IPv4 Monetization and Leasing Platform

The Internet Protocol Exchange Organization, or IPXO for short, is a unique IPv4 lease and monetization platform. The current shortage of IPv4 addresses has led prices to increase dramatically and put pressure on companies wanting to grow their businesses. The IPXO team recognized that they could fill the market void and bridge the gap between supply and demand. more

How Can We Alleviate IPv4 Address Exhaustion

Back in the 1980s, no one would have foreseen that the Internet would grow the way it did and that IPv4 addresses would become a scarce asset. Today, we face a shortage of available IPs and the emergence of a secondary IP address market, proving that IPv4 addresses are sought after and are a valuable commodity. more

Leasing vs. Buying IPv4 Addresses

More than a decade ago, the cost per IP address was around $5, but when IANA allocated the last block of IP addresses in 2011, that soon changed. With the world experiencing a shortage of IPv4 addresses, many companies are now looking for ways to get their hands on IP addresses to continue expanding their businesses. more

Leasing IPv4 Addresses in the Dawn of the New Internet Era

Increased use of internet services, broader application of IoT devices, and COVID-related shift to remote work are just a few factors accelerating the transition to the new era of the Internet. However, the current network architecture is falling behind the imposed expectations to support new-age integrations, leaving one to wonder if the gap will close up any time soon. more