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Issue 7: 28 July 2011

ISIF Award 2011

The Information Society Innovation Fund (ISIF) will recognize creative ICT solutions to social and developmental challenges across the Asia Pacific region since 2008.

Nominations are open until 5 August across four categories:

  • Innovation and access provision
  • Localization and Capacity Building
  • Mobile Services and Applications
  • Rights and Freedom

Global IPv6 Survey

On behalf of GNKS Consulting, APNIC invites all members of the Asia Pacific Internet community to participate in the 2011 Global IPv6 Survey.

Previous results from the 2010 and 2009 surveys show that community participation contributes to a better understanding of the status of IPv6 deployment worldwide.

NRO at OECD, Paris

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) High Level Meeting on the Internet Economy was held in Paris on 27-28 June 2011.

The NRO attended this meeting as part of the Internet Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC). Vint Cerf delivered a statement to the delegation representing ITAC and the NRO.

Read Vint Cerf's statement to the OECD

ISIF 2011 Global IPv6 Survey Number Resource Organization

APNIC 32 Conference, Busan

There is just over a month to go until APNIC 32 in Busan, South Korea! Register by 29 July for an Early Bird discount and a chance to win a special prize.

Program Highlights:

IPv6 Transition Plenary
Global Coordination Plenary
Asia Pacific Operators Forum (APOPS)

Remember to book your travel plans early!

Haeundae Beach

Final Call for Draft Comments

APNIC seeks final editorial comments on the following draft documents:

Please email your comments by 8 August.

APNIC 32 Elections

Nominations for the Policy SIG and NIR SIG Chairs are now open.

These elections, and the NRO NC election, will take place on site at APNIC 32, Busan.

NRO NC nominations close on 28 July.

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