There's still time to register for APRICOT 2016
More than 480 people have registered for APRICOT 2016 - don't miss out on the great learning and networking opportunities!
Plan your conference experience
The APRICOT 2016 conference is less than three weeks away! The program is being updated regularly so check it out to plan your conference experience. Hear from Internet experts such as:
- TeleGeography Inc's Cody Williams, on cable network trends in Asia and Oceania.
- Cisco's Greg Shepherd, who will discuss Bit Indexed Explicit Replication (BIER), an alternative method of multicast forwarding.
- Juniper Networks' Justin Ryburn, who explores how BGPFlowspec aims to improve DDoS mitigation.
- Ulrich Speidel, from the University of Auckland, who will discuss possible solutions to improve Internet connectivity through satellite links in the Pacific.
- APNIC's Geoff Huston, who will share his insights on IPv6 deployment, BGP in 2015, and IPv4 transfers.
See the full program for more information.
Download the APRICOT 2016 mobile app
View session details, build your own program and find your way around the Sky City Convention Centre with the APRICOT 2016 mobile app for iOS and Android devices.
Program information, maps, attendee information and more is available on the app, so you always have key conference information in your pocket. It’s free for all attendees to download and use. And if you also opted in to the APRICOT 2016 conference networking site during registration, you can also build your own schedule of events and network with other delegates using the app.
The app is available for free download from the Apple App store or Google Play store. Search “APRICOT conferences” from your phone store app, or use the buttons below to take you straight to the app page. Download the app now!
- Apple app requires iOS 8.0 or later
- Android app requires Android 4.3 or later
Note: if you opted-in during the registration process, you will receive an email with your personal link to the delegate networking site.
The IPv4 transfer market is heating up
With the depletion of available IPv4 space in four out of five regions, activity in the IPv4 transfer market is steadily growing. Explore how the transfer market works, and get research insights and advice from a panel of experts drawn from RIRs, ICANN and IPv4 address brokers at the "Making ends meet: IPv4 exhaustion and the transfer market" session.
APNIC 41 EC election
Three positions are available at the upcoming APNIC Executive Council election on Friday, 26 February. You have until 17:30 (UTC+10) on 8 February 2016 to make your nomination. Remember, nominees do not have to be APNIC Members, but only APNIC Members may nominate and vote for candidates.
Thanks to our Sponsors
Many thanks go to our Sponsors for their support of APRICOT 2016. We couldn't organize this event without you!