Archive | September, 2011

Tech-Sig Convenor reports back from APNIC32

In September 2011, Task Force Technical Convenor Dean Pemberton embarked for the port metropolis of Busan, South Korea for the APNIC 32 Conference. In between immersing himself in APNIC’s inner-policy workings, he chaired a session of the ‘IPv6 Transition Plenary’, discussing with content providers what they observed on World IPv6 Day. Dean also presented at […]

REANNZ lives the IPv6 story

By Campbell Gardiner New Zealand’s Research and Education Advanced Network (REANNZ) was one of this country’s earliest adopters of IPv6, having implemented the protocol on its national backbone, dubbed KAREN, in 2006. By the following year the organisation had gone a step further, deploying internally on its office network, DNS,  and video-conferencing system. The Crown-owned […]