Interested to learn more about how IPv6 usage has grown since last year’s World IPv6 Launch? And specifically within the African region? If so, you can join in a free webinar happening tomorrow, June 6, 2013, at 1:00 pm UTC (9:00 am US Eastern) where I will be joining representatives of Liquid Telecom and Orange Uganda to talk about IPv6 deployments over the past year. From the webinar page:
The session will examine the case studies of two large and experienced network operators on the continent and how they use IPv6 in their networks as well as the global state of IPv6 use since the global IPv6 launch.
Liquid Telecom, one of the largest fibre networks on the continent, and Orange Uganda will offer insights into the deployment of IPv6 in their networks.
This is part of an ongoing series of IPv6 webinars sponsored by AfriNIC, the Internet Society and France Telecom Orange.
For my part, I will be discussing some of the global trends we’ve seen in IPv6 deployment, many of which were highlighted in a recent World IPv6 Launch news release and associated infographic as well as a recent Internet Technology Matters blog post from my colleague Mat Ford. I’ll also be showing some of the latest charts from some of the IPv6 statistics sites.
I’m very much looking forward to participating in the session and learning more about what is happening in Africa. You, too, are welcome to register and participate.