[PROGSOC-ANNOUNCE] Talk on IPv6 -- Thursday, 2nd June
tomchristmas at progsoc.org
Sat May 28 22:33:10 EST 2011
With the last of the IPv4 addresses allocated just a few months ago this
year and World IPv6 Day (http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/) just around the
corner, there has never been a more timely occasion for you to get to
grips with this all important extension to the Internet Protocol!
ProgSoc has therefore decided to hold a talk on IPv6 for the benefit of
UTS students and staff.
Date: Thursday, 2nd June 2011
Time: 1800 -- ~1900
ProgSoc has invited David Clark, a Technical Solutions Architect from IBM
as our guest speaker to talk about IPv6, covering such important issues
- What is IPv6 and why do we need it?
- IPv6 addressing.
- Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 and its associated benefits.
- Use of IPv6 in industry.
- IPv6 penetration and deployment today
- Associated challenges and issues.
David has been in the networking field for 15 years, specialising in
enterprise networks, and has been at IBM off and on for 11 years. David
has worked with large Enterprise customers and partners building complex
Data Centre solutions based on a wide range of Data Centre products. David
is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert in Routing and Switching.
If you wish to attend, please RSVP for catering purposes. Feel free to
invite friends, colleagues and other interested people.
This is a talk that's definitely NOT to be missed! Be there!
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