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IPv6 Workshop

Date: 
10 April 2013 - 14:45 - 16:15
Room: 
Auditorium

Session Leader: Leo Vegoda | Operational Excellence Manager

Remote Participation - Low Bandwidth
Remote Participation - High Bandwidth
Overview

As various statistics indicated that IPv6 deployment has gained its momentum especially in the last 18 months. Although the absolute values of those statistics indicate continuos necessity of orchestrated efforts to increase IPv6 adoption, growth rates of those values is very encouraging. E.g., IPv4 vs IPv6 ASN count ratio increased 20% year on year during 2012.

IPv6 needs to be ready in every segments of the Internet eco-system and particularly IPv6 accessibility in last miles to end uers is critical. In this session, we will learn most up to date network operators' efforts and exerience in enabling IPv6 accessibility to their both fixed network and mobile network customers. We will also learn efforts provided by Internet number registries in supporting the industry's transition to IPv6.

This session is coordinated by APNIC and ICANN in order to reach out all sections of the multi-stakeholder Internet community with timely information and recent experience.

Who Should Attend?

  • TLD registry services providers
  • Domain registrars
  • Content providers
  • Internet Access Providers
  • Government representatives
  • Telecommunications regulators
  • Anyone interested in IP addressing issues
Agenda Details:
  • Moderator: Professor. Ma Yan (CERNET)
  • IPv6 on LTE (Li Haijun, China Mobile)
  • Enabling IPv6 in last miles (Shinichi Yamamoto, Chubu Telecommunications)
  • IPv6 in China (Zhao Wei, CNNIC)
  • Monitoring IPv6 deployment (Miwa Fujii, APNIC)