George Michaelson gave the keynote presentation at the recent Hong Kong Network Operators’ Group meeting HKNOG 3.0, held in Hong Kong on 9 September 2016.
Around 130 people attended the 1-day event including Internet Services Providers, Internet Content Providers and Data Centre operators. It was the second event that HKNOG had delivered this year – read WK Shiu’s wrap from HKNOG 2.1.
- George gave the keynote presentation on IPv6 deployment in Hong Kong and how it compared to different economies in the region and around the world.
- Nurul Islam Roman presented on IPv6 deployment architecture for broadband access networks.
- Zen Ng presented on the new whois organizational object feature that will be implemented in the first quarter of 2017, and ran a Member Services helpdesk, answering attendees’ questions regarding resource requirements, assisting them with updating whois details, and helping them create ROAs.
- Before the meeting, APNIC Training ran a 2-day workshop for 14 participants on Network Security .
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