APNIC 32 - Destination::IPv6

Opening plenary

When: Monday, 29 August 2011
Where: Grand Ballroom

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11:00 - 11:30 (UTC +9) Keynote Speech by Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist, APNIC   Slides

Address Exhaustion: What's next?

In April this year, APNIC ran out of IPv4 addresses and moved into its final IPv4 address policy. What’s happening in the other RIR regions? What are the latest projections of IPv4 address exhaustion in these regions? And, what does all this means to the future of Internet?

Geoff Huston will examine IPv4 address consumption data and current industry trends to establish the options for the Internet over the coming years.

11:30 - 12:00 (UTC +9) Keynote Speech by Dr Kilnam Chon, Professor, KAIST  Slides

Future Internet Technology and Asia

The current Future Internet research focuses on the issues raised among the developed countries (First Billions). We require information from complementary research conducted for developing countries (The Other Billions), primarily in Asia (and Africa).

Kilnam Chon will discuss these relevant issues and who is addressing them for the Other Billions of Internet users.

12:00 - 12:30 (UTC +9) Welcome Ceremony

Join us for welcoming remarks from APNIC, KISA and other VIPs before the Plenary begins.

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Welcome Ceremony

Paul Wilson, APNIC Simon (Jong Ryeol) Suh, KISA Yong Sup Shin, KCC

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Key Info


Paradise Hotel,
Busan, South Korea


28 August -
1 September 2011

Program included:

AMM, Policy SIG, IPv6 plenary, APOPS

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