Registration is now open for APNIC 40

By on 27 Apr 2015

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Registration is now open for APNIC 40 in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 3 to 10 September 2015.

As always, the event will bring together Internet and networking experts from around the Asia Pacific region to meet with colleagues, attend plenaries and tutorials, and discuss numbering policies.

This year, as a result of attendee feedback, the program has been streamlined.  The workshops will be held over five days from 3-7 September, and the conference will now be three days, running from 8-10 September.  The workshops will be held at the Puri Denpasar Hotel in Kuningan, and the conference venue is the Ritz-Carlton Mega Kuningan.

As part of the conference, APNIC and host APJII are working together to develop interesting localized content, including an ‘Introduction to Routing’ tutorial in Bahasa Indonesian.  We are also pleased to confirm that APTLD will hold its Member meeting alongside APNIC 40 in Jakarta.

Why should you attend APNIC 40?

  • Learn about the latest Internet networking trends, including IPv6 and Internet security developments.
  • Hear insights and real-world experiences from regional and international experts, including local Indonesian network operators.
  • Directly contribute to discussions on Internet resource distribution and management policies by having your say at the Policy Special Interest Group (SIG). Anyone can submit a proposal and join the discussion.
  • Build valuable relationships, reconnect with important contacts and exchange ideas during numerous networking events. Take advantage of the additional networking time available at the morning and afternoon teas, and the lunches.

Register before 31 July to benefit from the early-bird discount rate. In addition, APNIC and NIR Member organizations, and attendees from Asia Pacific LDC economies receive up to four free tickets (conference week only) and IDNIC Members will receive two complimentary registrations (conference week only).

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