Interconnectivity and network security in the Pacific will be key themes discussed at the upcoming APNIC 46 conference in Nouméa, New Caledonia, from 6 to 13 September 2018.
APNIC conferences bring together network operators from around the region and the world to learn from industry experts, share their experiences, and build relationships with their peers.
APNIC 46 begins with technical training workshops (6 to 10 September) on networking and security technologies, followed by conference sessions (11 to 13 September) with regional and international guests presenting on the trends and technologies shaping the Internet such as network automation, IPv6, BGP hijacking and SDN.
Keynote presenter John Brewer will share his expertise on the rapid growth of new submarine and satellite infrastructure connecting the remote islands of the Pacific, joining Raja Azrina Raja Othman, who will talk about security, privacy, and safety in this age of interconnectedness.
Have you registered for APNIC 46?
Don’t forget, APNIC Members are entitled to complimentary conference tickets for up to four delegates. There are also discounts available for students.
Travel and accommodation
APNIC 46 attendees enjoy significant discounts on flights with Aircalin, the national carrier of New Caledonia. There’s a 15% discount for tickets with direct flights to/from Australia, Fiji, Japan, New Zealand and Vanuatu. Book your flights now so that you can get the best prices!
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APNIC has also negotiated reduced rates for APNIC 46 delegates at the venue, Le Meridien Nouméa. There are also other accommodation options to consider nearby. Please note, there are several events being held in Nouméa in September, so please secure your accommodation now to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to seeing you soon in sunny Nouméa.
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