This week, before ION Toronto on 11 November, we’ll be highlighting sessions from our last ION Conference in Krakow, Poland.
IPv6 has been available from the Regional Internet Registries for almost 15 years. How do different types of organizations in different countries formulate their plans to deploy IPv6, and what’s taking so long? In the “Global IPv6 Tournament: Who will take the IPv6 Crown?” session at ION Krakow on 30 September, panelists from Poland, Germany, and the United States discussed their experiences deploying IPv6, the technical, organizational, and political challenges they faced, and the current status of their deployments.
Moderated by Jan Žorž, panelists included:
- Ian Farrer (Deutsche Telecom, Germany)
- Bartosz Gajda (PIONIER, Poland)
- Chris Grundemann (Internet Society, USA)
- Krzysztof Siliki (NASK, Poland)
You can now watch the video and hear their views as well as the points raised by audience members:
A huge thank you to everyone who joined us in Krakow in person or via the webcast (especially if you joined us over IPv6!). It was a great event thanks to our co-location partner, the Polish Network Operators’ Group. PLnog had over 600 participants, which meant great attendance and discussions at our afternoon session.
We hope to see you at ION Toronto next week! (Webcast details coming soon, in case you can’t join us in person.)