Transition to IPv6
Finding Common Ground
17-19 November 2008, Canberra ACT
The Summit is over, and everyone agreed it was the most exciting and thought-provoking yet! No more talk about if IPv6 will happen: this was real world stuff - how and why transition is taking place now, with even a look at some innovative products possible only through IPv6.
Welcome, IPv4 user - what stage of transition have you reached?
It's hard to bid farewell to an old friend like IPv4, but it's no longer a case of IF or WHEN ... we're already at HOW when Google starts offering an IPv6-enabled site. But right now we're all stuck on scattered islands of IPv6: we need to find our common ground.
This Summit will look at recent IPv6 transitions - and how users, government, vendors and service providers can work together on planning and implementation strategies.
NOTE: Early Bird registration ends 31 October!
Internet Protocol Version 6 offers enhanced mobility, simpler management, built-in security and almost unlimited Internet addresses for next-generation devices. The IPv6 Summit offers two days of international and Australian experts, plus an optional one-day IPv6 Deployment Workshop to provide a hands-on guide to implementation.