The North American IPv6 Summit is the largest annual IPv6 event in North America. This event is designed to educate you about IPv6 and the current state of IPv6 adoption. More than 500 IPv6 networking professionals ranging from technology leaders, system architects, technical engineers, and researchers attend this annual event from all over the country. By attending this event you will learn about what other organizations are doing to prepare for the migration to IPv6 and learn from those who are already utilizing the benefits of IPv6. You will collaborate with colleagues who are actively working on IPv6 research and implementation and learn about IPv6 technology from industry experts.
Gain practical information to help you with your IPv6 transition
Help your organization meet the IPv6 government mandate
Energize your business and ensure its competitiveness
Learn how to deploy dual-stack networks and operating systems
Acquire knowledge in network technology that will span the next 20 years
Collaborate with other IPv6 professionals
What Will Onsite Attendees Receive?
Two-day general session on IPv6 with a variety of education tracks for various audiences
Access pass to the Virtual Trade Show, playback of sessions, access to marketing materials and sponsor engagement for up to 12 months after the event
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
Lunch and refreshments provided
Optional: One entire day of pre-conference tutorials (for an additional fee)
What Will Virtual Attendees Receive?
Access pass to the Virtual Event where they can watch the event live on September 24 & 25. Virtual attendees can access playback of sessions, marketing materials and sponsor engagement for up to 9 months after the event. Watch it live or when you have time.
Software Defined Networks, Cloud and IPv6: How IPv6 enables or impacts these efforts
IPv6 Deployment and Addressing Dos and Don’ts: Addressing, operations, and troubleshooting of IPv6 network
Security: IPv6 Security and countermeasures. Live demonstrations of different attacks and how they can be addressed
The Business Case for IPv6: The economics of IPv6 and planning tools that can be used by Managers when planning an IPv6 network conversion or migration.
Operations/ Management and Troubleshooting Track: BYOD, a tool and protocols roundup.
How To: Building your own IPv6 Lab: How to build out your own IPv6 Lab environment.
New this year, the North American IPv6 Conference will offer a Best of IPv6 Product and/or Service Award.
The Rocky Mountain v6 Steering Committee will evaluate and present the award during the Beer & Gear reception on September 24, 2014.
New! Virtual Trade Show platform
Registrants have the option to attend the live event, OR sign up for the Virtual Trade Show.
All onsite attendees will receive an access code to the virtual platform with access to the presentations and power points after the event. This platform is accessible for up to 1 year after the event.