CO ISOC > Blog > RMv6TF

Posts Tagged ‘RMv6TF’

IPv6 Adoption Critical for the Preservation and Growth of the Internet

The Internet Society and the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force unify events in Denver to increase IPv6 adoption rate [Denver, Colorado] – The number of available Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses is declining rapidly and will soon leave businesses and individuals worldwide who have not yet adopted the new IPv6 protocol with limited options Read more…


2012 North American IPv6 Summit

This year’s summit is the North American (rather than Rocky Mountain) IPv6 Summit and it will again be the largest IPv6 event in North America, even bigger than last year. There’s a long line up of fantastic speakers and over 500 IPv6 networking professionals expected to be in attendance. Plus, I’m presenting something on all three days!

2012 North American IPv6 Summit is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


IPv6 Routing Deep Dive

The 2011 Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit was held in Denver earlier this week (25-27 April) at the Grand Hyatt. It was a great event, as we have come to expect from the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force. I was especially pleased that they stepped the presentation content up a notch with regard to technical depth […]

IPv6 Routing Deep Dive is a post from don't panic – One Network Arhitect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


The Rocky Mountain 2011 IPv6 Summit is here again!

The ISOC Colorado Chapter is pleased once again to sponsor a booth at the annual Rocky Mountain 2011 IPv6 Summit. Over 400 networking professionals; including, leading systems architects, technical engineers, and researchers will be in attendance. This is the 4th annual event for the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force.  There is an even greater sense Read more…


Rocky Mountian IPv6 Summit 2010

Update 28-May-2010: The RMv6 Summit was a great event and a huge success for CO ISOC! There were 250+ registered attendees and based on the seat availability in the hall, they all showed up for just about every session! I must note that while wearing my “Network Architect” hat I do wish there was a Read more…


Ladid and Curran to Speak at 2010 RMv6 Summit

The annual Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit (RMv6 Summit) put on by the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF) is shaping up to be another great event this year. I attended both of the previous (2008 & 2009) RMv6 Summits and have thoroughly enjoyed every single session. I learned much more than I expected at each […]

Ladid and Curran to Speak at 2010 RMv6 Summit is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.