- Latin undecim, ūndecim (ūnus, one; + decem, ten) + (m)illion. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The number of addresses that IPv6 allows for amounts to 340 "undecillion" followed by 36 zeroes; enough for a trillion people to each be assigned trillions of IP numbers, according to Beckstrom.”
“Net firms are in the process of moving to version 6 of the IP addressing scheme, which offers more than 3 undecillion individual numbers 3 with 38 noughts”
“It can handle a huge number of addresses, 340 undecillion, to be precise.”
“The solution is IPv6, a new standard for Internet addresses that should provide a lot more room for growth: There are 340 undecillion IPv6 addresses available.”
“IPv6 offers a maximum of 340 undecillion (trillion trillion trillion) IP addresses.”
“Designed as an upgrade to IPv4, IPv6 uses a 128-bit addressing scheme and can support about 3.4 undecillion IP addresses (that's 2 to the 128th power).”
“So, what we need, is "only" 340 undecillion computers and it will take less than 1s to find keys”
“Compared to the IPv4 which could accommodate 4 billion IP addresses, the IPv6 provides a theoretical maximum of 340 undecillion (billion billion billion billion) IP addresses.”
“To put that in a language a little closer to English, that's about 340 undecillion.”
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