APNIC staff participated at Internet Week 2015 (IW2015), Tokyo, from 16 to 20 November.
Internet Week is an annual technical conference hosted by the Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC). It brings together network engineers and Internet industry experts to discuss technologies including IPv6, DNSSEC, BGP, and virtual Internet infrastructure operational tools, including MVNO and SDN among others. APNIC is a proud supporter of IW2015.
This year, the IPv6 Summit 2015 – a parallel one-day event – was held in conjunction with the opening day of IW2015. The event was organized by the IPv6 Promotional Council of Japan and the IPv6 Deployment Working Group of the Internet Association Japan.
Overall, about 2,500 people attended the two events across the week.
APNIC activities included:
- Miwa Fujii, APNIC’s Senior Technology Advisor, presented during the panel session “IPv6 deployment stories: toward future action plans” as part of the IPv6 Summit 2015 agenda, where she provided up-to-date research data for IPv6 on iOS and Android.
- Miwa participated in a number of technical sessions at IW2015 including: WiFi network deployment, IPv6 infrastructure security, IPv6 technology update and the IP Meeting 2015.
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