APNIC participated at the recent Indonesian Network Information Centre Open Policy Meeting (IDNIC OPM), in Jakarta, Indonesia on 18 December 2014.
IDNIC, which is a part of APJII, a National Internet Registry, held the OPM to discuss policies related to IP numbers that affect Indonesian network operators.
- Paul Wilson gave the welcome address, congratulating IDNIC for its strong membership growth. He stressed the need to deploy IPv6 to ensure future regional and national network growth, and the growing importance of deploying network infrastructure security measures such as RPKI and DNSSEC. You can view the entirety of Paul’s speech below:
- Sanjaya was invited to sit on the Internet Resources Panel, joining other industry experts to discuss the Internet ecosystem in Indonesia, its potential growth, and the need for network operators and regulators to work together to encourage IPv6 adoption and gain the skills required for successful transition.
- Sanjaya and Paul also met with Mr Rudiantara, the newly appointed Indonesian Minister of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), on collaborative projects with the Indonesian Internet community. Sanjaya also gave an introductory presentation on APNIC and our services and activities in the region, emphasizing in particular, APNIC’s ongoing commitment to support the Indonesian Internet community.
- Sanjaya and Paul met with APNIC Members, PT IDC Indonesia and PT Indosat. They are both interested in collaborating on future APNIC training and development activities.
APNIC 40 will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 3 to 10 September 2015.
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