Contributed by Igor Mkrtumyan
1. The .AM zone was set up for DNSSEC and signed.
2. The Internet Society Armenia Chapter widely advertised “The Internet is for everyone – Bring a Friend!” and “World IPv6 Day” programs. As a result we have witnessed a considerable increase in membership applications.
3. A Task Force for IPv6 deployment was formed including representatives of the Internet Society Armenia Chapter, the National Academy of Sciences, the Armenian NREN and the leading Armenian ISP. The Task Force drafted a letter to the prime minister proposing a plan for IPv6 deployment in Armenia.
4. The Armenian Internet Exchange (ArmIX) Board of Trustees meeting discussed the wording of the service level agreement with ArmIX stakeholders and methods for advancing the ISPs connection to the ArmIX.
3. Thirty teachers from the Dsegh village school were trained in Internet applications with the help of an Internet Society Armenia Chapter grant. Staff of the Regional Internet Community Center of Vanadzor city, an Internet Society grantee, provided the training. The trained teachers will soon start providing corresponding training to schoolchildren.
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