The APNIC Member Meeting (AMM) is the forum for discussions about APNIC's operations and activities.
The APIPv6TF was established in Japan in 2003 to encourage IPv6 deployment in the Asia Pacific region
APOPS is the Asia Pacific Operators forum. It showcases content of wide interest to the Internet operations community.
Catch up with friends and build up your social network at a traditional Korean restaurant.
Learn about the various elements needed to develop a secure, trusted DNS system.
An overview of recent Internet governance discussions and activities
The Global reports provide activities on policy proposals, services, operations and upcoming events in other regions.
This training introduces, highlights, and explains the key essentials of Internet resource management.
This training, which caters for all levels of experience, looks at the importance of the IRR to Internet operations.
This course provides an understanding and hands-on exposure to IPv6, its structure, operation, and technical features.
IPv6 deployment is a very important issue in our community. What is your business plan after IPv4 address exhaustion?
A Lightning Talk is a series of short presentations that lasts only a few minutes delivered by a variety of different speakers.
If you are a new or recent attendee to APNIC meetings, come and learn how to get the most out of the APNIC meeting.
The NIR SIG promotes close cooperation both between the National Internet Registries and the APNIC Secretariat.
The opening plenary features keynote speakers and presentations. Details of this session are currently under development by the APNIC 32 Conference Program Committee.
Catch up with friends and build up your social network at the Conference Opening Reception.
The Policy SIG develops policies for the management and use of Internet address resources within the Asia Pacific region.
Catch up with friends and build up your social network at a series of fun events.
Working Groups (WGs) are formed to discuss particular issues of interest to the APNIC Membership and stakeholder community.
ICTs have the potential to enable women to become equal stakeholders in the growing technology economy.
The APNIC 32 program is available via iCal format.
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Times in iCal
All times published for the APNIC 32 program are relative to UTC+9 (the timezone of South Korea). When viewing the program via your ical software, times will be adjusted to your computer's timezone.
For example, if your computer's time is set to UTC+8, an event that starts at 9am in South Korea will be shown as starting at 8am your time.