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Hear world-class presenters at APNIC 29 _______________________________________________________________________
Early-Bird Registration Extended --------------------------------
Too busy to get your Early Bird registration done? We have extended the deadline date to 22 January 2010, so you still have time to register early and receive your free gift! Early Bird registrations receive a free 160-gig portable hard disk. Remember, the gift is only valid if you attend the entire workshop or conference program and you pay in full by 22 January 2010.
Premier operational content ---------------------------
Listen to world-class speakers present on important operational content.
Danny McPhearson (Arbor Networks Inc) and Craig Labovitz (Scott Iekel-Johnson) will present a report titled "2009 Internet Observatory Report". It is the largest study of global Internet traffic since the start of the commercial Internet and reveals significant changes in the local topology of the Internet and Internet application usage.
Hank Steeman (AMSIX) will share the latest platform adjustments to cope with expected peering traffic growth in "AMS-IX Generation 4 MPLS/VPLS experiences".
Yoshinobu Matsuzaki (IIJ) will share 20 very interesting cases of operational errors gathered from the Japanese community.
APNIC Tutorials provide you with hands-on experience that you can take back and share with your organization.
Attend sessions on the Internet Routing Registry and Internet Resource Management Essentials with the APNIC Training Team; DNNSEC with Hervey Allen and Phil Regnauld (NRSC); BGP Techniques with Philip Smith (Cisco); and Best Practices with regard to Network Core Infrastructure Security with Yusuf Bhaiji (Cisco).
Learn about MPLS-Based Metro Ethernet Networks with Paresh Khatri (Alcatel-Lucent) and IPv6 multicasts for carriers/ISPs by Yasuo Kashimura (Alcatel-Lucent).
Attend our interactive workshops to improve and gain key technical and operational knowledge.
Sessions include IPv4/IPv6 Routing for those building or operating a wide area TCP/IP based ISP or IXP with international and/or multi-provider connectivity.
For all the up-to-date information about APNIC 29, see:
APNIC Secretariat Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) Tel: 61-7-3858-3100 PO Box 2131 Milton, QLD 4064 Australia Fax: 61-7-3858-3199 Level 1, 33 Park Road, Milton, QLD http://www.apnic.net _______________________________________________________________________
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