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INET Asia Regional Conference

Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Centre

IPv6: The Next Step

The Internet Society, in collaboration with the Asia Pacific IPv6 Task Force and the National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence, will organise a regional conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 20th, 2009. The conference, part of the Internet Society's INET series of regional conferences, will be focused on IPv6 with the theme "IPv6: The Next Step".

The technical community has been pushing for the move to IPv6 for some years now. In the last year or so, the need to deploy IPv6 has become an issue that has received widespread media and public attention, and the level of awareness on IPv4 to IPv6 transition issues has become mainstream.

INET Kuala Lumpur will bring together regional and international policy and technical experts, government, network operators, the private sector and the user community to discuss and deliberate what the region needs to do to move to the next stage of IPv6 adoption and deployment. The event will feature regional and international speakers sharing their knowledge and expertise on the business and economic perspectives of IPv6, what future applications and services could evolve from IPv6 and will highlight some IPv6 success stories from the region. The conference will culminate in a panel discussion deliberating the next steps required to further IPv6 in the region.

Provisional Agenda

08:30-09:00 - Registration
 
09:00-09:30 - Opening Session
09:00-09:10 Welcome Address: Dr. Sureswaran Ramadass, Chair Asia Pacific IPv6 Task Force and Director NAv6
09:10-09:30 ISOC Address: Jon McNerney, COO, ISOC
 
09:30-10:40 - Case for IPv6 - Business and Economic Perspectives
09:30-10:00 Session Keynote: Yves Poppe, Director Business Development IP Services, Tata Communications, Presentation (PDF)
10:00-10:20 Government Perspectives on IPv6: Mr Angsumal Sunalai, MICT, Govt of Thailand 
10:20-10:40 Public Policy and Government Role in IPv6: Sally Wentworth, Senior Manager for Public Policy, ISOC, Presentation (PDF)
 
10:40:11:00 - Morning Break
 
11:00-12:50 - IPv6 Applications and Services - Future Perspectives
11:00-11:30 Session Keynote: Lawrence Hughes, Chairman, Founder and Chief Software Architect, InfoWeapons Presentation (PDF)
11:30-12:00 IPv6 Adoption and Deployment - Looking Ahead: Phil Roberts, Technology Program Manager, ISOC, Presentation (PDF)
12:00-12:50 Panel Discussion: IPv6 - the catalyst for future applications and services

Panellists:

  • Lawrence Hughes, Chairman, Founder and Chief Software Architect, InfoWeapons
  • Hiroshi Miyata, TAHI Project, Japan
  • Pimaran Apipttanamontre, Engineer, TOT Public Company Limited, Thailand
  • Gopinath Rao, Staff Researcher, MIMOS Bhd, and Chairman, IPv6 Working Group, MTSFB, Malaysia.
Moderator: Julian Vincent, InfoWeapons
 
12:50-14:00 - Lunch
 
IPv6 Adoption in Government Agencies & Pilot Project, Mahani Bt. Saron, Ministry of Energy, Water & Green Technology, Malaysia
14:00-14:20 Hon. Y.B Tuan Haji Fadillah bin Haji Yusof, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Govt of Malaysia (TBC), Presentation (PDF)
 
14:20-15:40 - IPv6 Adoption - Success Stories
14:20-14:40 IPv6 Adoption in Government Agencies & Pilot Project (Govt of Malaysia)
14:40-15:00 China Education and Research Network, Ma Yan, Presentation (PDF)
15:00-15:20 myDNSIPv6 - Success Story, Pn Norsuzana harun, TNI Manager, .my DomainRegistry (MYNIC), Presentation (PDF)
15:20-15:40 Lessons learnt: IPv6 deployment in Latin America, Christian O'Flaherty, Argentina, Presentation (PDF)
 
15:40-16:00 - Afternoon Break
 
16:00-17:20 - Panel Discussion: IPv6, the next step
16:00-16:20 Special Keynote: Prof. Jun Murai, Vice-President of Keio University, Chair of AI3 & SOI projects, Director of WIDE Project 
16:20-17:20 Panellists:
  • Yves Poppe, Director Business Development IP Services, Tata Communications
  • Dr. Sinchai Kamolphiwong, Founder & Director, Centre for Network Research, Thailand
  • Edwin Purwandesi, Telkom Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Paul Wilson, Director General, APNIC
  • Lawrence Hughes, InfoWeapons
  • Phil Roberts, ISOC
  • Ma Yan, China Education and Research Network

Moderator: Rajnesh Singh, ISOC

 
17:20-17:50 - The Day in Review
17:20-17:30 Formation of ISOC Malaysia Chapter
17:30-17:40 Rapporteurs Report: Sally Wentworth (ISOC) and Awinder Kaur (Asia Pacific IPv6 Task Force)
17:40-17:50 General comments from the floor and Wrap-up: Rajnesh Singh (ISOC) and Sureswaran Ramadass (Asia Pacific IPv6 Task Force), Presentation (PDF)
 
20:00-22:00 - Dinner Reception