APNIC supports the Asia Pacific Regional IGF
APNIC contributes to the APrIGF in Tokyo, Japan
On behalf of the IGF Japan, APNIC encourages Asia Pacific Internet community members to participate in the APrIGF (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum) in Tokyo, Japan from 18 to 20 July 2012.
If you are unable to attend, you can still participate in the sessions online.
APNIC participates at the APrIGF
APNIC is organizing the session "Critical Internet Resources: IPv4/IPv6". This session addresses topics such as:
- How IPv4 exhaustion is affecting Asia Pacific users.
- Ways in which IPv6 is successfully being deployed in networks around the world.
- How governments are working with other stakeholders to promote IPv6 adoption.
- The latest status of IPv6 deployment in the region and the main barriers identified so far.
Additionally, APNIC will be taking part in other panel discussions and presenting sessions throughout the event. APNIC Chief Scientist Geoff Huston will give an enlightened talk about IPv6 during the session "The future of Internet: Where we go? and how?".
Sylvia Cadena, ISIF Project Officer, will be talking about the role of the Internet in developing economies. Sylvia will speak during the session, "Internet Governance for Development (IG4D): The Big Picture".
We hope to see you in Tokyo!