The bankrupt book shop chain Borders intends to sell its IPv4 addresses for $12 each, raising over $786,000, according to a bankruptcy court filing.
The deal, which is subject to approval by ARIN, follows Nortel’s fire sale of its address block to Microsoft for $11.25 per address earlier this year.
The buyer is Cerner, a healthcare software consulting company.
I’ve reported the story for The Register, here.
You can download a PDF of the relevant court document here.