[AusNOG] IPv6, the Business Case - are you ready?
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Thu Nov 2 20:34:33 EST 2006
IPv6, the Business Case - are you ready?
IPv6 is important, join us in Canberra 4 – 6 December to learn why
from 12 international speakers and 8 local speakers.
The issue is becoming urgent and you need transition plans now - but
first you need to understand the business case:
• Why implement IPv6?
• Where are the tools, checklists and support you need?
• What investment is required: and what is the return on investment?
• What really is Australia's state of readiness for IPv6?
IPv6 is already under deployment by Australia's major trading and
defence partners in Asia, Europe and North America. This powerful
Internet protocol offers enhanced mobility, better management, far
higher security levels, and a vast range of new Internet addresses.
The IPv6 Summit offers two days of international and Australian
experts addressing these questions, plus a new technology showcase
and an optional one-day IPv6 Deployment Workshop: a hands-on guide to
Location: Chifley on Northbourne, Canberra, Australia. Dates: Monday 4
– Wednesday 6 December 2006. For more details about the conference go
• Andrew Alston, TENET – Chief Technology Officer,
• Ron Broersma, US Defence Research and Engineering Network,
• Jeff Doyle, Juniper Networks,
• Hiroshi Esaki Director, WIDE (Widely Integrated Distributed
• Mark Evans, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Navy IPv6
Transition Project Office,
• Chris Gunderson Executive Director, W2COG (World Wide Consortium for
• Tony Hain, Cisco Systems,
• KwanBok Jo, Ministry of Information and Communications, Korea,
• Rodger Johnson, US Defence Research and Engineering Network,
• Byung-Chang Kang, Research Director, Samsung,
• Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum Worldwide President,
• Charles Perkins, mobile IPv6, Nokia.
• Karl Auer, Biplane Software,
• Mike Biber, IPv6 Forum Australia,
• Peter Dale, AGIMO,
• Cecil Goldstein, APNIC,
• Simon Hackett, Internode,
• Tony Hill, ISOC-AU,
• Roger Kermode, Smart Internet Technology CRC,
• Terry Manderson, APNIC,
• Dave Richards, Australian Defence Force.
The Summit is endorsed by the National ICT Industry Alliance, the peak
grouping of ICT organisations in Australia (http://www.nictia.org.au/)
and the Australian IPv6 Forum (http://www.ipv6forum.org.au/). It will
be jointly hosted by:
• AEEMA Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers'
• ISOC-AU The Internet Society of Australia (www.isoc-au.org.au)
• SIT Smart Internet Technology CRC (http://www.smartinternet.com.au/)
Conference Registration, as is often the norm, the early bird date has
been extended two weeks to 27 October.
• Early bird Full delegate prior 27 October $715 with GST
• Full delegate after 27 October
$825 with GST
• Early bird Government or Associate* prior 27 October $550 with GST
• Government or Associate* after 27 October $660 with GST
• Full-time student
$275 with GST
* 'Associate' means member or staff of the Host and Endorsing
organisations: Internet Society of Australia - Australian Electrical
and Electronic Manufacturers Association - Smart Internet Technology
CRC - National ICT Industry Alliance - IPv6 Downunder - IPv6 Forum.
Full Registration includes attendance at any sessions, welcome
reception, conference dinner, lunches, morning/afternoon teas,
collateral and electronic access to all papers.
Accommodation should be booked via the website or through the
conference organisers. Special rates have been negotiated from $150
per night single/double/twin share. For more details about the venue
To register and book your accommodation for the Australian IPv6 Summit
complete the secure online registration form accessible through
Or complete the registration form and then fax or post to
Martin Lack & Associates,
Suite 1, 39 Tinarra Crescent, Kenmore Hills Q4069, Australia
Email: ipv6 at mlaa.com.au
Phone : (07) 3378 5499
Fax: (07) 3378 9513
narellec at gmail.com
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