APNIC participated at RIPE 80, held for the first time entirely online, from 12 to 14 May 2020.
RIPE 80 welcomed a daily average of 1,300 unique viewers, to hear from speakers on topics including routing security, IPv6, and the impact of COVID-19 on network operations. View the program for more information.
#RIPE80 has now come to a close with a total of 2,002 registered participants! Thanks to all of you who joined us and helped us organise our first virtual RIPE Meeting – we had on average 1,300 viewers per day. We hope to see all of you really soon at #RIPE81” pic.twitter.com/nbBTiFL1NT— RIPE 80 – Virtual (@ripemeeting) May 14, 2020
- Geoff Huston presented on ‘Buffers and Protocols’ at the Plenary session, discussing the complexity of modern-day TCP/IP and how it interacts with network devices, and end-to-end with buffering and backoff.
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