Thanks to everyone who attended APNIC 46 in Nouméa. We hope you enjoyed the conference and found it a valuable experience. There were:
- Over 300 attendees — 198 of them first time attendees — from 46 economies with 92 Member organizations represented.
- Five days of workshops covering information and network security, software-defined networking, and routing.
- Three days of conference with more than 30 sessions and over 85 speakers, including keynote presentations by Jonathon Brewer and Azrina Raja Othman whom discussed the connectivity and security landscape in the Pacific region.
Remember to take the conference survey to help the organizers make improvements for future conferences.
Thanks again to all the sponsors for helping make this event happen — we appreciate your support.
And a big thanks to our hosts, OPT NC, for allowing APNIC 46 to be held for the first time in New Caledonia.
If you want to catch up on what happened at APNIC 46, there’s a wealth of information on the conference website, including YouTube recordings of many of the sessions, SlideShare presentations from the speakers, transcripts, and and lots of photos.
In the meantime, relive some of the highlights of APNIC 46 below and we look forward to seeing you all again in Busan, South Korea, in February for APRICOT 2019!
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