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2013 North American IPv6 Summit

The Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF), in conjunction with Regional North America IPv6 Task Forces is pleased to host the 2013 North American IPv6 Summit technology conference on April 17-19, 2013.

Join more than 500 IPv6 networking professionals who plan to attend, ranging from technology leaders, systems architects, technical engineers, and researchers from all over the country.  We were very pleased with the attendance and appreciate everyone’s support of our event in recent years.  This event will be the largest IPv6 conference in North America this year.


Grand Hyatt Denver Colorado (1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO  80202)
April 17-19, 2013

Why Attend?

To learn about IPv6 to gain practical information to help you with your IPv6 transition
To help your organization with their government mandate or business requirement for IPv6
To prepare you for the proper way to deploy dual-stack networks and operating systems
To ensure that you have a career path in network technology that spans the next 10 years
To collaborate with others in the IPv6 field
Opportunity to be IPv6 Certified

The transition to IPv6 has already begun and its deployment is inevitable.  You need to know more about IPv6 to be able to understand how the powerful wave will transform communications over the next 20 years.

What The Attendees Receive

Two-day educational event
Optional – One entire day of pre-conference tutorials (for an additional fee)
Two-day general session on IPv6 – tracks for various audiences
Lunch and refreshments provided
Find out what IPv6 is all about
Learn about the benefits of using IPv6 from experts
Gain valuable information to prepare you and your organization for this new wave of Internet innovation

Speaker Line-Up

Start TimePresentation TitleSpeakerPresentation TitleCompany
8:00 amTBDLatif LadidTBDIPv6 Forum
Vint Cerf(Video Address) TBDGoogle
Steve SacchiPlanning IPv6 Deployment for the EnterpriseA-10 Networks
Tom CoffeenDHCPv6 Fingerprinting and BYODInfoblox
Jan ZorzBest Current Operational Practices – Efforts from the Internet SocietyInternet Society (ISOC)
John CurranLeadership (or lack thereof) in IPv6 AdoptionARIN
Geoff MulliganBenefits of IP in IoT and M2M systemsIPSO Alliance / Proto6
Ciprian PopoviciuQuantitative Metrics for IPv6 EnablementNephos6
Yanick PouffaryBYOD and IPv6 - A Flood of Employee-owned Mobile Devices. Are you Ready?Hewlett Packard/IPv6 Forum
Kumar ReddyEnterprise Deployment Experiences; IPv6 only WifiCisco
Alian FioccoGlobal IPv6 adoption: A detailed look at IPv6 adoption metrics, a status of the transition, and how it helps making better IPv6 business decisionCisco
Aydin AslanerBest practices and field experiences has been gained during DirectAccess deploymentsMicrosoft
Jeff CarellIPv6 Infrastructure SecurityNetwork Conversions
James SmallIPv6 Attacks and CountermeasuresCDW
Laura KnappManaging an IPv6 Network: Deep Dive into ICMPv6AES
Scott HoggTroubleshooting in a Dual-stack EnvironmentGTRI
Jay ShahIPv6 Dual Stack Collaboration ArchitectureCisco
John LeeUse of the Federal IPv6 Roadmap for Enterprise Transition
Guidance and Planning
Internet Associates
Lee HowardCost of Dual-StackTime Warner Cable
Hans LiuIPv6 and the Home – Supporting IPv6 and DualStack services in the homeD-Link
Paul EbbersmanIPv6 deployment for Enterprise/sysadminInfoBlox

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