IPv6 Summit, Melbourne 2009
Technology - Conference
The Australian IPv6 Summit… Join us at the fifth IPv6 Summit at the Sebel & Citigate Albert Park, Melbourne, 7 – 9 December. It will look at the economic advantages of IPv6, hence the theme: IPv6, The Bottom Line. See www.ipv6.org.au/summit/.
The Australian IPv6 Summit will explore the potential cost savings, enhanced productivity, simpler networks and the smart infrastructure available via IPv6 allowing organisations to reap the benefits of the digital economy.
Karl Auer, Nullarbor Fred Baker, Cisco
Darren Beauchamp, AGIMO Mike Biber, IPv6 Forum Downunder
Paul Brooks, Vocus Chris Buckridge, RIPE
Leslie Daigle, Internet Society Greg Davies, Telstra
John Gibbins, CSIRO Patrick Grossetete, Arch Rock
Nicolas Guilbaud, Google Simon Hackett, Internode
Tony Hill, PPS Internet John Hillier, AGIMO
Kevin Karp, IPv6Now Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum
Steve Maddocks, AARNet Greg Phillips, Verizon
Skeeve Stevens, eintellego Peter Tseronis, US Department of Energy
Paul Wilson, APNIC Richard Wood, InternetNZ
IPv6 provides simpler network management, enhanced mobility and almost unlimited Internet addresses for next-generation devices. The IPv6 Summit offers two days of international and Australian experts, plus two optional one-day IPv6 Workshops to provide a hands-on guide to implementation.