NZIPv6 Task Force & Computerworld to host IPv6 event

On 6 June 2012 many of the world’s largest ISPs, content providers, vendors and web companies will be switching on IPv6 – permanently. It is the next major step in the global transition to IPv6 in June 2012.

Doing nothing is not an option. IPv6 traffic is out there and levels are set to grow rapidly this year.

If you are an IT Manager or CIO and have yet to complete your IPv6 implementation, (or an industry stakeholder with questions on likely impacts) then register your interest in this half-day event hosted by the New Zealand IPv6 Taskforce and Computerworld.

Learn from those who are successfully implementing IPv6, network with IT executives facing similar issues, get your questions answered by the experts and ensure you and your team take part in the workshop streams – Security,Technical implementation and Business processes.

Date: Wednesday 23 May 2012
Venue: Rendezvous Hotel, Auckland
Cost: $90 per person + GST; $250 per three people + GST

For more information and to register, visit


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  1. Michael Biber 22. May, 2012 at 2:32 pm #

    Interested to see how many people turn up at the IPv6 event in Auckland tomorrow. We have issued a call for papers for the 8th Australian IPv6 Summit in October. Did anyone from the Task Force get that? We would be very pleased to have people from the Task Force present.

    I do like your web site BTW.

    Mike Biber

  2. Richard 22. May, 2012 at 2:43 pm #

    Hi Michael
    Yes, it has been forwarded to the NZ ipv6 techsig list and to the IPv6 Task Force list.

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