IPv6 Summit 2010
The 2010 event hopes to raise awareness within the Irish private and public sectors about the immediate need for IPv6 deployment.
The Internet as we know it running out of space due to massive Internet growth in developing nations and increased mobile internet usage! Predictions indicate IPv4 addresses will run out by September 2011, how will this impact Irish economic areas of activity which rely on the Internet for growth? Anyone serious about ICT planning, and about broadband deployment, needs to be aware of these issues to plan for IPv6 deployment effectively!
The programme for 2010 includes world experts in IPv6 planning issues. The talks will provide global perspectives on IPv6 adoption and challenges. Keynote speakers include Brian Carpenter (University of Auckland) and Daniel Karrenberg (RIPE-NCC) . A distinguished panel of speakers and panellists includes: Dennis Jennings (ICANN), Matt Ford (ISOC), Yanick Pouffary (HP) and many more.
Seating is limited, so register now to avoid disappointment!
The Irish IPv6 Task Force
In 2004, the TSSG, with HEAnet and the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (DCENR) co-founded the Irish IPv6 Task Force. In 2005 the Irish National IPv6 Centre was established, based on a partnership between the TSSG, the Hamilton Institute (NUI Maynooth), HEAnet and BT Ireland.
Ireland's IPv6 Task Force is a group made up of public and private sector representatives all seeking to raise awareness about the need for immediate IPv6 deployment, and challenges around such deployment for Ireland under the auspices of the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (DCENR).
Mícheál Ó’Foghlú (Chair, Irish IPv6 TF) Slides Video Dr. Fionn Murtagh (Science Foundation Ireland) Slides Video Minister Eamon Ryan (Minister for Communications Energy and Natural Resources) View Video Prof. Brian E. Carpenter: New Zealand and Ireland: IPv6 Deployment Challenges for Islands Slides Video Roger O'Connor (DCENR): Irish IPv6 Policy view Video Marco Hogewoning (Network Engineer, XS4ALL): Dutch Experience of IPv6 Broadband Slides Video Dr. Tim Chown (University of Southhampton): Campus Deployment of IPv6 Slides Video Martin List-Petersen (AirWire): Irish Experience of Wireless IPv6 Broadband Slides Video Daniel Karrenberg (Chief Scientist, RIPE - NCC): RIPE NCC and IPv6 Slides Video Michele Neylon (CEO, Blacknight Internet Solutions) Slides Video Geoff Huston - The Story so Far: IPv6 Depletion View Video Mat Ford (Technology Program Manager, ISOC) -Issues with large scale address sharing Slides Video Peter Wyatt (Distinguished Technologist, HP): IPv6 in the Enterprise Slides Video Panel Session View Video
Located in the heart of Dublin, Dublin Castle is one of the most exciting and unusual Dublin conference venues. The impressive Main Conference Hall is furnished to accommodate leaders of nations, business and industry. Dublin Castle combines beautiful architecture, state of the art facilities, with inspiring history.
Dublin Castle is situated in the very heart of Dublin City, on the south side of the River Liffey, off Dame Street, en route from Trinity College to Christchurch Cathedral.
Main Entrance: Cork Hill (pedestrian and formal entrance) Gate is beside City Hall, Dame Street and leads into the Upper Castle Yard - directly opposite The State Apartments.
Carparks: There are a number of public car parks nearby. The nearest is that of Jury's Inn Christchurch, which is located in Werburg Street: Tel. 00 353 1 454 0000
Bus Routes: Dublin Bus routes nos. 77, 77A, 56A and 49 from Eden Quay and no. 123 from O'Connell Street stop at Palace Street Gate, see Dublin Bus.