Top-notch IPv6 experts and industry leaders shared their knowledge and experience with us this year.  Following is a list of the agenda.

Day 1: Monday April 9, 2012

  • Introduction to IPv6 Session
  • Advanced IPv6 Session


Day 2: Tuesday April 10, 2012 

Imperial Ballroom:  Keynote presentations from the IPv6 industry leaders who will share their knowledge and experience on IPv6 deployments.

Event Registration Fees 
2-day North American IPv6 Summit, April 18-19, 2013:
Early Bird Pricing (through March 8, 2013)$350
Regular Pricing (After March 8, 2013)$500
Student Pricing$100
1-day Optional IPv6 Training, April 17, 2013:
Introduction to IPv6 Tutorial$350
Advanced IPv6 Tutorial$600
IPv6 Security$600

Day 3: Wednesday April 11, 2012 

Multiple simultaneous tracks in the Imperial Ballroom, Grand Ballroom and Mt. Sopris Ballroom.

Track 1 – IPv6Transition and IPv6 in the Home

Day 1: General Session

April 18, 2013: Schedule and speakers for the first day of the 2013 North American IPv6 Summit in the Imperial Ballroom
Start TimeEnd timeSpeakerTopicCompany
8:00 am9:00 amRegistration Check-in, Breakfast
9:00 am9:45 amLatif Ladid, IPv6 Forum & Vint Cerf, GoogleThe Big Shift to the IPv6 Internet is on by DefaultIPv6 Forum & Google
9:45 am10:30 am Morning Break - Exhibit Hall
10:30 am11:15 amSteve SacchiPlanning IPv6 Deployment for the EnterpriseA-10 Networks
11:15 am12:00 pmCiprian PopoviciuQuantitative Metrics for IPv6 EnablementNephos6
12:00 pm1:00 pmLunch - Grand Ballroom, Exhibit Hall Open
1:00 pm1:45 pmTom Coffeen DHCPv6 Fingerprinting and BYODInfoblox
1:45 pm2:30 pmJohn CurranLeadership (or lack thereof) in IPv6 AdoptionARIN
2:30 pm3:15 pmAfternoon Break - Exhibit Hall
3:15 pm4:00 pmJan ZorzBest Current Operational Practices - Efforts from the Internet SocietyInternet Society (ISOC)
4:00 pm4:45 pmYannik PouffaryBYOD and IPv6 - Are you ready for the flood of Employee Owned Devices?HP
5:00 pm6:30 pmBeer & Gear Reception

Track 2 – Enterprise and IPAM

Day 2, Track 1: IPv6 Enterprise Best Practices and Adoption

Friday, April 19, 2013: Imperial Ballroom
Start TimeEnd TimeSpeakerTopicCompany
8:00 am9:00 amRegistration Check-In, Breakfast in Grand Ballroom
9:00 am9:45 amSilvia HagenDo's and Don't of TransitionsSunny Connection AG
10:00 am10:45 amJohn LeeUse of the Federal IPv6 Roadmap for Enterprise Transition
Guidance and Planning
Internet Associates
11:00 am11:45 amGeoff MulliganIPv6 for IoT and M2M applicationsIPSO Alliance / Proto6
12:00 pm1:00 pmLunch in Grand Ballroom, Exhibit Hall Open
1:00 pm1:45 pmAlian FioccoGlobal IPv6 adoption: A detailed look at IPv6 adoption metrics, a status of the transition, and how it helps making better IPv6 business decision.Cisco
2:00 pm2:45 pmKumar ReddyDeployment Experiences on large, Public campus networks and IPv6 only WiFiCisco
3:00 pm3:45 pmJeremy DuncanAfter 2012: Internal Enterprise IPv6 Transition Best PracticesSalient Federal Solutions
4:00 pm4:45 pmPatrick HubbardDon’t let IPv4 concerns today stop IPv6 tomorrowSolarWinds

Track 3 – Transport/R&S/Operations

Day 2: Track 2: Addressing Security and Troubleshooting

April 19, 2013, Grand Ballroom
Start TimeEnd timeSpeakerTopicCompany
8:00 am9:00 amRegistration, Breakfast in Grand Ballroom
9:00 am9:45 amJeff DoyleIPv6 Address Design: Principles and PerspectivesJeff Doyle and Associates, Inc.
10:00 am10:45 amJeff HarringtonEnd Station Addressing, choosing SLAAC or DHCPv6NYSERNet
11:00 am11:45 amJay ShahIPv6 Dual Stack Collaboration ArchitectureCTO Office, Collaboration Technology Group, Cisco
12:00 pm1:00 pmLunch - Grand Ballroom
1:00 pm1:45 pmJeff CarellIPv6 Infrastructure SecurityNetwork Conversions
2:00 pm2:45 pmJames SmallIPv6 Attacks and CountermeasuresCDW
3:00 pm3:45 pmLaura KnappManaging an IPv6 Network: Deep Dive into ICMPv6AES
4:00 pm4:45 pmScott HoggTroubleshooting in a Dual-stack EnvironmentGTRI