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Join the first IPv6 Webinar 2013 – 22 April 2013


Save the date

The IPv6 Webinars are back! This year we promise better, authoritative and more interactive sessions. So roll up your sleeves and get ready to participate in another series of the popular Webinars.

 

Last year, more than 200 people attended five Webinars. Three were in English and the rest in French. They covered a wide range of issues albeit mostly on IPv6.

 

This year, you choose. We want to know what you would like to see in the menu. These are your Webinars and you know better what you want. Overall, the Webinars are meant to assist African operators with their IPv6 adoption and deployment plans through sharing best experiences and practices region-wide. An IPv6 related topic (technical or non-technical) will be discussed in each Webinar. The Webinar will address these topics by inviting leading experts to share their experiences. For the first Webinar of 2013, we would like to invite you to participate in shaping the topics for the rest of the webinars.

 

 

When

Monday, 22 April 2013, 1 PM (UTC). Because the Webinar start at exactly 1 PM UTC and sometimes takes time to connect using Webex, participants are strongly advised to log in half an hour before to ensure that their connection works properly and avoid losing time.

 

Meeting agenda

  • Introductions and refresher on the Webinars – 10 minutes
  • Why IPv6 is important/refresher on IPv6 – 20 minutes
  • AFRINIC activities on IPv6 – 15 minutes
  • ISOC activities on IPv6 – 15 minutes
  • Webinar series topics 2013 discussion - presentation of our draft topics and subsequent discussion with participants (30 minutes)

 

Who should attend?

This webinar targets mainly operators and other stakeholders interested in IPv6 deployment in the African region.

 

How to attend?

Meeting Participants can join the meeting through one of two means:

A: Register for the Webinar to obtain the meeting password:

  1. 1.Go to https://isoc.webex.com
  2. 2.Click on "Register" on the left menu below "Attend a Meeting"
  3. 3.On the right, a search box will appear. Enter "IPv6 Webinar 1 2013 Main"
  4. 4.The meeting will be listed below the search box. Click on the highlighted"IPv6 Webinar 1 2013 Main"
  5. 5.At the bottom, you will see a "Register" button. Click on it and enter the required information.

Ensure you enter a valid email address when registering, as that will be used to send the meeting password. You are encouraged to forward this mail to any other person you feel might be interested by this webinar.

 

B: Phone dial in

Phone dial-in option is also available. Details will be included in the registration email.

 

Test your Webex in Advance

Tip: We advise participants to test their ability to connect the meeting platform, by logging in here, on Friday, 19 April 2013, from 12:30 to 15:30 UTC. On this date, Webex will be made available for test purposes only. For example, two people can connect and see if you they can hear each other.

 

Also, choose "Call using this computer" when prompted after logging into the session on 22 April. Kindly mute your microphone as you enter the session.

 

How to reach us

For technical support or other comments please contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or Twitter @ipv6webinar. You can also follow the online discussions using the twitter hashtag #ipv6webinar


Meeting duration

The meeting will last 90 minutes.

 


 

About the organisers

 

AFRINIC

AFRINIC was set up to serve the African community by providing professional and efficient management of Internet Number Resources, supporting Internet technology usage and development, and promoting a participatory and multi-stakeholder approach to Internet self governance. AFRINIC is a non-government, not-for-profit, membership based organisation, based in Mauritius. Trainings and capacity building are a central part of AFRINIC's activities. Our objective is to build competence within our region in IPv6 implementation and associated technologies required to use our resources effectively. We also seek to increase awareness within the service region on how the Internet is governed and the role organisations play in this environment.

 

Internet Society

The Internet Society is the world's trusted independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards, and future development. Based on its principled vision and substantial technological foundation, the Internet Society works with its members and Chapters around the world to promote the continued evolution and growth of the open Internet through dialog among companies, governments, and other organizations around the world.

  

France Telecom

France Telecom-Orange is one of the world's leading telecommunications operators with 170,000 employees worldwide, 105,000 in France alone. Present in 33 countries, the Group had 231 million customers as of 31 December 2012, including 172 million mobile customers and 15 million broadband Internet (ADSL, fibre) customers worldwide. It had ,sales of 43.5 billion euros in 2011. Orange is one of the main European operators for mobile and broadband Internet services. Under the brand Orange Business Services, it is one of the leading providers of telecommunication services to multinational companies.