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Deploy360 10 October 2012

INTEROP India Begins Today in Mumbai – Let's Talk IPv6 and DNSSEC!

Megan Kruse
By Megan KruseDirector, Partner Engagement and Communications

InteropThis morning at 10AM, the exhibit hall opens for INTEROP India, and we’ll be here for the next three days in Stand #25. Come chat with us about IPv6 and DNSSEC, tell us where you are in your deployment plans, and most importantly, what we can do to help you. We’re adding resources to this site all the time, but you can help us determine what we do next.

In addition to the exhibit hall booth – and the assorted fact sheets and giveaways to go with it – we’re also just a day away from our first ION Conference of the year. Tomorrow, 11 October, we’re bringing experts together to share important lessons learned in the deployment of new technologies and provide insight into the future of the Internet networking landscape.

We’ve got three sessions on the INTEROP agenda that together constitute our half-day ION Mumbai:

  • 2PM – The Business Case for IPv6 & DNSSEC
  • 3PM – Industry Collaboration: Working Together to Deploy IPv6
  • 4:15PM – Deploying DNSSEC: From End-Customer to Content

Representatives from the Internet Society, Tata Communications, ICANN, Hurricane Electric, Neosixth, Afilias, and Net4India will gather to share their knowledge on how they deployed IPv6 and DNSSEC, the technical and organizational challenges they faced, and the current status of their deployments.

If you’re in Mumbai, please visit us in booth #25 or in Conference Room 1. We’d love to meet you all and hear what you have to say!

If you can’t join us in Mumbai, don’t worry! Check out the ION Mumbai page in a few weeks when we upload the presentations and videos. We look forward to sharing the latest and greatest intelligence from the front lines of IPv6 and DNSSEC deployment.

It’s busy around here, as we go from ION Mumbai to the Broadband World Forum on 17 October to ION Ljubljana on 19 October. We hope to see you on the road somewhere along the way!

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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