IP addresses of the world

Here’s some fascinating analysis highlighted by my friend Alan. It shows the total number of IP addresses per person by country. At the top of the list is the Vatican City with 10.5 IP addresses per person; at the bottom: the Democratic Republic of Congo with 58,140 people per IP address.

That means that the average number of IP addresses per person in the Vatican is 60,659,310% higher than that in DR Congo. Even taking a more statistically sound high (the USA in second, with 4.5 IP addresses per person), it’s 262,103 times higher (26,210,272%) than that of DR Congo. If DR Congo’s population stayed constant, and its IP address count doubled every year, it would take 18 years to get to th US’s current IP saturation.


One Response to “IP addresses of the world”

  1. Shanahan on December 5th, 2006 23:59

    Hey, what do you think of the updated voice in Robo?


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