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FLIC EN FLAC, Mauritius

19 September 2017, 10:00 – 11:00 (MUT/UTC+4)

AfriNIC
10:00 – 10:50: Live Panel: Digital Divides and Internet Economy

Internet Economy:

  • Will countries with advanced Internet technology, infrastructure, and innovation accelerate their lead or will developing regions close the gap? Will differences in connection technology, quality, and level of Internet openness lead to fundamentally different Internet experiences and levels of opportunity for users?
  • For example, does Mauritius see itself as a leading country in terms of Infrastructure and Internet Technology and what is being doing to catch up with other countries or keep setting the pace? Are all areas of Mauritius equally connected and what is the impact to the Internet Economy for the places that are better connected than others within Mauritius?
Full Day Agenda

All times in Mauritian local time

Time Activity Speaker/Panelist
08:30- 09:00 Guest arrivals & Registration  
09:00-09:05

 

Welcoming Remarks Kevin G. Chege, ISOC
09:05-09:10 Brief about the event; Explaining the context and purpose of the event

 

Kevin G. Chege, ISOC
09:10-09:25 What is the Internet Society and
ISOC Activities in Africa
Kevin G. Chege, ISOC
09:25–9:40 Q/A
9:40 – 9:50 BREAK
09:50-11:00 Live Session
09:50-10:00 Node joins InterCommunity Live Session
09:50-10:00 Transition from the previous node handled by the Virtual MC who will hand over to the Mauritius Node
10:00-10:04

 

Brief word from ISOC Board Member speaking remotely
Welcome and Introductions from the Moderator in Mauritius.
Vymala Thuron (AFRINIC)
10:04-10:10 Context and Overview of topic Vymala Thuron (AFRINIC)
Interactive Node Discussion; Panel Discussions
Theme: Digital Divides and the Internet Economy: The case of Mauritius 
Alan Barrett, CEO AFRINIC
Rai Basgeet, CTO from Mauritius Telecom
Kaleem Usmani, Assistant Manager CERT-MU from NCB
Patrick Renee, CTO EDS
10:45-10:50 Conclusions and Highlights Vymala Thuron (AFRINIC)
10:50-11:00 Cake Cutting Ceremony and End of Live Session
11:00-11:30 Continue local celebrations
11:30 – 12:00 Q/A from Panel Discussion  
12:00-12:30 Talk on IRR, exhaustion of IPv4 Madhvi Gokhool, AFRINIC
12:30 – 12:40 Final Comments, and Closing Kevin G. Chege, ISOC

Venue
Sofitel Mauritius
Wolmar Coastal Rd, Flic en Flac
90517, Mauritius

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Tuesday 11 December 2018

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