APNIC 26 features an exciting program
The five-day meeting includes training activities, APNIC seminars, Asia Pacific OperatorS Forum (APOPS) sessions, APNIC Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and the APNIC Member Meeting.
IPv4 in 2015
Black markets, regulated transfers or totally redundant? Listen to industry experts debate what may happen after the RIRs run out of IPv4
This hui ("gathering" in Maori) discusses the challenges facing Internet operators in developing countries and how we can overcome them.
IPv6: Does it work for you?
Experiment with IPv6 on your laptop and hear the latest IPv6 developments from people making global IPv6 connectivity a reality.
The unallocated IPv4 pool is getting smaller and the transition to IPv6 is not happening as fast as many had hoped. Help APNIC and the Asia Pacific Internet community find ways to address these issues and more by:
APNIC Training, along with international guest trainers, will be providing three streams of training catering for all levels of experience:
Learn about solutions for deploying IPv6 in your network.
Fortify your network and become a network detective with.
An informative tutorial covering Internet resource management basics.
Catch up with friends and build up your social network at a series of fun events.
We open APNIC 26 with a fascinating demonstration of one of the southern hemisphere's largest pipe organs.
Understand the local Maori history with a trip to a Maori village for a traditional meal and entertainment.
If you are a new or recent attendee to APNIC meetings, come and learn how to get the most out of the APNIC meeting.
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