Monday, June 14, 2010

NANOG 49 - San Francisco

For those that do not follow what is happening in the Internet Service Provider space much you might find it interesting that the North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG) is hosting their meeting in San Francisco this week. Many folks came in early to attend the Google IPv6 Implementors Conference that happened last Thursday and Friday in Mt. View and are now having fun in San Francisco.

The agenda has lots of IPv6 on it also, I am sort of bummed I will not have time to make it to event but I hope all those attending are enjoying it.

I also got to sit in on a conference call today about how the new North American IPv6 Task Force and the other regional task forces (like the California one) will be structuring and building out resources. Stay tuned for some cool events, labs facilities and meetings to happen across the country soon based out of this work. In the mean time, if you are interested in starting to hear about what will be happening with IPv6 in California you can follow and we will let you know when things are going on.
- Ed

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