German IPv6 Summit
The German IPv6 Summit will take place in Potsdam at May 7-8, 2008. Hosted by the Hasso-Plattner-Institute, the German IPv6 Summit provides two days of International, European, and German experts to address IPv6 technology at work. The first day includes talks about IPv6 strategy and deployment status worldwide, with a focus on Europe, China, Japan, USA, India, and Korea. Day two will complement the program by addressing IPv6 deployment from the perspective of operators and ISPs as well as deployment in the public sector including education, administration, and defence.
The German IPv6 Summit is organized by the Hasso-Plattner-Institute at the University of Potsdam in close collaboration the the German IPv6 Council, the national chapter of the International IPv6 Forum. The German IPv6 Council has been established to group all the different persons in industry, research, politics and administration in the IPv6 field in Germany with the clear mission to advocate IPv6 by improving technology, market, and deployment user and industry awareness of IPv6, creating a quality and secure new Generation Internet.
The overall conference language is German with simultaneous translation in English.
In addition to the conference programm a halfday IPv6 Tutorial on May 8th 2008 being presented in German language only (see below for further information).