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First African Peering Interconnection Forum (AfPIF) Held in Nairobi

11-12 August 2010

Despite Africa’s growing regional network infrastructure, most of African cross-border traffic exchange is exchanged in Europe and North America. The Internet Society organizes the first African Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF) as a multi-stakeholder conference to address interconnection, peering, and traffic exchange challenges and opportunities for Africa.

Held annually, AfPIF aims to foster national and cross-border interconnection opportunities by providing a forum where key players from infrastructure and service providers, IXPs, regulators, and policy makers can engage in a relaxed but businesslike environment, sharing their experiences and learning from experts in the field.

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