Akamai publish quarterly reports and data visualisations of the state of the Internet. ISOC-ZA is proud that South Africa uses almost 7m IP addresses, and acknowledges the challenges that we confront with lower penetration rates than many other African countries with much smaller utilisation of address space. We note that we are of similar levels […]
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Following from the success of last years AfriNIC training we’re hosting “how to plan and implement IPv6 networks as well as manage Internet resources” delivered by AfriNIC on May 3 – May 6 at 125 Buitengracht St., Cape Town. Register directly with AfriNIC here
Finally we’re hosting the IPv6 AfriNIC training in Cape Town on 18 – 21 June 2012. Limited space sold out 30 spots in 2 days. IPv6 Training by AfriNIC hosted in Cape Town by ISOC-ZA We expect that at the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: Create an IPv6 address plan and […]
Video recordings of the sessions – http://bambuser.com/channel/isoc-za/broadcast IRC – for chat and questions – server: atlantis.zanet.org.za (port 6667) – channel: #isoc Twitter – http://twitter.com/isocza tweet #inetct Agenda – http://wiki.isoc.org.za/INET All welcome! Presentations: Jon McNerney – ISOC welcome Chris Smith – ISOC access development Alan Levin – What next? Stefan Doeblin – Lessons learned Steve Song […]
We were discussing VOIP with a selected panel of industry experts and government decision-makers on this subject. The panel included; Mr. Alan Levin (Renowned African Internet Activist), Envir Fraser from the Department of Communications, Mr. Andre Ferreira (VoIP Networking Specialist) and Richard Heath (Attorney from MWEB and ISPA).