October 1, 2012 archive

Video from CO ISOC: IPv6: What is it, why do I need it, and how do I get it?

What is IPv6 all about? Why do you need it? How do you get it? These are the questions a recent event hosted by the Colorado (US) chapter of the Internet Society on August 28, 2012, sought to answer. The session began with a keynote by Scott Hogg, Director,Technology Solutions, Global Technology Resources (GTRI) and then was followed by a panel including:

  • Jeff Doyle, President, Jeff Doyle and Associates
  • Chris Grundemann, Network Architect, CableLabs
  • Cricket Liu, VP, Architecture & Technology,Infoblox
  • Shannon McFarland, Principal Engineer, Corporate Consulting Engineering Group, Cisco
  • Scott Hogg, Director,Technology Solutions, Global Technology Resources (GTRI)

More information and bios of the presenters can be found at: https://coisocipv6.eventbrite.com/

The session itself is available on YouTube and comes in around 1 hour and 46 minutes:

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