[apnic-talk] [Apnic-announce] Plan your APNIC 29/APRICOT 2010 experience
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Plan your APNIC 29/APRICOT 2010 experience!
Listen and share knowledge with industry experts on topics that affect your organization!
Hear Ram Mohan (EVP and Chief Technology Officer of Afilias) discuss the current and future status of DNS security, root server stability, and IDNs.
Discuss the challenges faced by Telcos in migrating to a full IP network, with Afzal Abdul Rahim (CEO of Time).
Share observations on the relationships between three measures of the size of the Internet with Brian Carpenter from the University of Auckland.
Use this opportunity to expand or improve your knowledge by attending these technical presentations that provide you with in-depth knowledge.
Topics range from DNSSec, BGP Techniques for Service Providers, Internet Routing Security and much more.
Join us on Wednesday, 4 March 2010 at Tamarind Hill, for an opportunity to meet new people and relax in comfort.
Awarded the Best Asian Restaurant award in 2003-2004, Tamarind Hill is a "rustic oasis" which sits atop one of the private hills in Kuala Lumpur. Even though it is located within the city, it offers diners the illusion of being "out of town". The decor is inspired by the hill tribes of Indochina, utilizing natural elements like water and fire to create a subtle, understated drama. Serving contemporary Thai and Myanmarin (Burmese) cuisine, you are sure to enjoy some of the best food Kuala Lumpur has to offer.
See the APNIC Meeting website for more information on how to plan your week.
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