[AfrICANN-discuss] World IPv6 Launch

Babusha Radhakissoon babusha at afrinic.net
Tue Jun 5 16:53:01 SAST 2012

Dear colleagues,

AFRINIC, and the world, is celebrating the launch of IPv6 tomorrow,
Wednesday, 6 June 2012. We have lined up a list of activities, mostly
presentations and discussions on the IPv6 launch and what it means to
Africa and the world. AFRINIC has teamed up with ISOC and the Internet
community for the launch of IPv6.  The event starts at 1100hrs UTC (3pm
Mauritius Time).

The speakers will be:

   1. Adiel Akplogan -- Chief Executive Officer, AFRINIC
   2. Dr. Dawit Bekele -- Regional Bureau Director for Africa Internet
      Society (remotely)
   3. Hisham Ibrahim -- IPv6 Manager - AFRINIC
   4. Mme Ndéye Maimouna Diop Diagne -- Chair, AFRINICand ICT Director,
      Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and ICT, Republic of Senegal
   5. Janvier Ngnoulaye -- IT Manager, Institute for University Digital
      Governance (IGNU)
   6. Trilok Dabeesing - Directorof IT, Information and Communication
      Technologies Authority, Republic of Mauritius (remotely)
   7. Fiona Asonga - Chief Executive Officer, Telecommunications Service
      Providers Association of Kenya/ Kenya Internet Exchange Point
   8. ISOC chapters in Africa

To participate remotely please:

1. Go to:

2. If requested, enter your name and email address. 

3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: africa 

4. Click "Join". 

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For more information on IPv6 please visit the AFRINIC website:
www.afrinic.net <http://www.afrinic.net>

AFRINIC's IPv6 Virtual Lab: www.afrinic.net/projects/cvl.htm

IPv6 Resource Center: www.afrinic.net/index.php/en/ipv6-portal



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