APNIC’s Geoff Huston participated at the 13th Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC 2017) held in Bangkok, Thailand from 20 to 22 November.
AINTEC is an international technical forum that aims to address Internet issues relevant to the Asia Pacific region.
Geoff was also invited to present, alongside Randy Bush (IIJ), to a group of 25 network operators at the second Thailand Network Operators Group (ThaiNOG 2) meeting, held on 20 November at the Bangkok Primary Education Service Area Office.
- At AINTEC, Geoff Huston presented on the current deployment of IPv6, including the barriers that are restricting it from fully replacing IPv4 as the primary Internet Protocol. He also chaired a session on Internet measurement.
- At ThaiNOG, Geoff presented on the history of transit and peering in telecommunications and how Internet, mobile and satellite technology have disrupted past practices.
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