Final IPv4 Allocation Community Ceremony

Mon 14 Mar 2011 - 11:00 - 11:30
Grand Ballroom
Remote Participation - Low Bandwidth
Remote Participation - High Bandwidth

This is a community ceremony to commemorate the allocation of the last IPv4 blocks from ICANN to the RIRs during February.

The goal of the session is to make the whole of the ICANN community know that IPv4 is fully allocated and that IPv6 deployment is now essential for continued Internet growth. It is particularly important for people in the registrar and registry communities to understand that they need to support IPv6 in their service portfolios if they are to continue growing their businesses.

Who Should Attend? | Whole ICANN community

In the audience: anyone interested in continuing the Internet's growth over the next few years. Targeted groups include registrars, the business community in general and the GAC.

Agenda Details:

Tentative agenda:

  1. Opening words from Rod
  2. A statement from Raul Echeberia as Chair of the NRO EC
  3. A statement from Danny McPherson, IAB
  4. Commemorative gift