Light Reading’s IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now! Conference – July 14 #NYC #IPv6

Light ReadingWe invite you to join us at Light Reading’s IPv6 conference July 14 in NYC where Internet Society members get 20% off admission on top of the early bird discount of $100 off if you register by Friday May 13.

Light Reading’s IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now! conference debuts at a time when telecom service providers and their enterprise customers are confronting the end of the IPv4 era and the transition to IPv6, with its opportunities and challenges. This conference will inform the critical decisions that service providers and their customers need to make, both to address near-term challenges and to take advantage of longer-term opportunities for innovation and competitive advantage in the IPv6 world.  It is designed to provide both groups with the latest information needed for the planning and execution of an IPv6 transition strategy, featuring industry leaders from the service provider and vendor community in a setting that will allow for practical discussion of the issues involved.

What: Light Reading’s IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now!
When: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Where: The Hilton New York, New York City, NY
Register: $319 before May 13:


From World IPv6 Day to World IPv6 Deployment

On June 8, 2011, the Internet Society, Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Akamai, Limelight Networks and other Internet leaders will participate in World IPv6 Day, the first global-scale trial of IPv6. This session will focus on what was learned from the World IPv6 Day experience and the important next steps for transition to IPv6 in the Internet.


  • Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 Forum
  • Erica Johnson, Director, University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory
  • Jim Hodges, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading
  • Ron Broermsa, Chief Engineer, Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN)
  • John Brzozowski, Distinguished Engineer & Chief Architect for IPv6, Comcast
  • Doug Junkins, CTO, VP IP Development, NTT America