Internet Society (Isoc) India Chennai, which is also an ICANN At Large Structure would be organizing this event at Chennai, tentatively during June 26 - 29, jointly with APNIC. The workshop would be for Network professionals of IT companies and other organizations, for 3 days. Workshop seats are restricted to 36. The Extended seminar would be for 3 hours in the evening on 25th or 26th June, for... [read more]
Internet Society (Isoc) India Chennai, which is also an ICANN At Large Structure would be organizing this event at Chennai, tentatively during June 26 - 29, jointly with APNIC. The workshop would be for Network professionals of IT companies and other organizations, for 3 days. Workshop seats are restricted to 36. The Extended seminar would be for 3 hours in the evening on 25th or 26th June, for all IT Executives with an interest in IPv6.
June 26 Sunday 6 - 9 pm Extended Seminar
June 27 - 29 Mon - Wed 9 am - 6 pm Workshop with Trainers from APNIC, Australia. Participants would connect to an IPv6 network in Australia for hands on Experience. A nominal APNIC registration fee of Rs 2000 would be collected per shortlisted participant with seats limited to 36.
Contact isocindiachennai aT gmail d0t com
About Isoc India Chennai
Isoc India Chennai is one of the 90 Internet Society Chapters around the world http://isocindiachennai.in
The Internet Society (ISOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental membership organization focused exclusively on Internet issues. It was founded in 1991 by many of the original architects of the Internet. Through its many initiatives in support of education and training, Internet standards and protocols, and public policy, ISOC has played a critical role in ensuring that the Internet has developed in a stable and open manner in the best interest of the broad and global Internet community.
For example, ISOC is the organizational home of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) - the principal body engaged in the development of new Internet standard specifications. The IETF has driven the standards process for many aspects of the Internet, ranging from the protocols on which the World Wide Web and electronic mail are based to the protocols behind the next generation of mobile telecommunications.
The Internet Society has over 16,000 individual members in 160 countries around the world. These members have come together to form more than 80 local ISOC Chapters that organize local events and initiatives in response to national and regional Internet public policy issues.
Significant support for the society’s activities also comes from its 120 organization members including corporations, non-profit, trade and professional organizations, foundations, educational institutions and government agencies. These members share a commitment to the health of the Internet and their contributions directly benefit ISOC’s standards, education and public policy initiatives. The society also administers the .ORG domain.
About ICANN At-Large
"At-Large" is the name for the community of individual Internet users who participate in the policy development work of ICANN. Currently, more than 100 groups representing the views of individual Internet users are active throughout the world. You can learn more about the community and its activities on this website, as well as how to join and participate in building the future of the worldwide Domain Name System (DNS) and other unique identifiers which every single user of the Internet relies on every time they go online.
APNIC is an open, membership-based, not-for-profit organization providing Internet addressing services to the Asia Pacific.