Internet Pavilion to host key Internet discussions during the ITU Telecom World conference
ICANN, ISOC, and the NRO are joining forces to host the Internet Pavilion at ITU Telecom to raise awareness of the need to maintain and reinforce a single, global, secure, stable, and interoperable Internet.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the Internet Society (ISOC), and the Number Resource Organization (NRO) are joining forces to host the Internet Pavilion at the Telecom World Event, taking place from 5-9 October in Geneva, Switzerland. The three organizations are working together to raise awareness of the need to maintain and reinforce a single, global, secure, stable, and interoperable Internet.
The Internet Pavilion will host a series of seminars, briefings, and presentations on a range of topics, including how the global infrastructure of the Internet works, the key roles of the Internet Protocol (IP) address and domain name systems, as well as the importance of a collaborative approach to Internet governance.
Adiel Akplogan, Chairman of the NRO, presented today on IPv6 and the future of the Internet and noted the global need to accelerate the worldwide deployment of IPv6. He stated further that "collaboration between different Internet stakeholders at events such as ITU Telecom World and beyond will help raise awareness of this challenge, protect future Internet innovation and growth, and ensure that the Internet remains open and accessible for all."
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