RIR Comparative Policy Overview 2010-03

RIR Comparative Policy Overview (version 2010-03) (version 2010-03) The goal of this document is to provide a comparative overview of policies across the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) system. It is not a policy statement by the RIRs, but serves as a reference for the Internet community. While this document was accurate on the date of publication (30 September 2010) it… Read More

Meeting of the NRO Executive Council – 100922

Minutes Teleconference September 22, 2010, 11:00 UTC Executive Council Attendees: RIPE NCC: Axel Pawlik (AP, Chairman) LACNIC: Raul Echeberria (RE, Secretary) ARIN: John Curran (JC, Treasurer) Observers: APNIC: Germán Valdez (GV) ARIN: Nate Davis (ND) RIPE NCC: Paul Rendek (PR) LACNIC: Hartmut Glaser (HG) ARIN: Leslie Nobile LACNIC: Arturo Servín RIPE: Andrei Robachevski (AR) AGENDA Welcome, Apologies, Agenda Bashing Previous… Read More

Organizations Urged to Stop Delaying IPv6 Deployment to Safeguard Future Growth of the Internet

European Commission funded survey finds 25% of ISPs now offer IPv6 services to consumers Organizations recognize IPv6 helps them stay ahead of competition but misconceptions around the cost of deployment are delaying adoption Vilnius, Lithuania, Internet Governance Forum, 15th September 2010 – The Number Resource Organization (NRO), the official representative of the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) that oversee the… Read More

IPv6 Survey Results

IPv6 Survey Results This presentation is the summary report of the IPv6 Deployment Survey 2010 results. Results from a total of 1589 respondents from 140 countries/economies are included.

IPv6 Around the World NRO´s Contribution to ITU-T IPv6 Study Group

NRO Statement to the CIR Session Good morning ministers, ambassadors, ladies and gentlemen, and thank you for giving the NRO the opportunity to discuss the pressing issue of IPv6 deployment. The NRO consists of five Regional Internet Registries, or RIRs – AFRINIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and the RIPE NCC. All of these organizations are represented at the Internet Governance Forum… Read More

IPv6 Around The World: Surveying the Current and Future Deployment of IPv6

Tuesday, 14 September – 11:30 – 13:30, Room 3 The following presentations were made during this workshop. A full report on the workshop will be published shortly: Samantha Dickinson, APNIC Constanze Bürger, German Government Jan Zorz, go6.si Antonio Moreiras, NIC.br Paul Rendek, MENOG

Number Resource Organization to Highlight the Importance of Global Adoption of IPv6 at Internet Governance Forum

Two workshops to be hosted by the NRO on ‘IPv6 Around the World’ and ‘Enhancing Transparency in Internet Governance’ Multi-stakeholder cooperation remains critical to the continued growth of the Internet Amsterdam, 9th September 2010 – The Number Resource Organization (NRO), made up of the world’s five Regional Internet Registries, will lead key discussions about Internet infrastructure at the Internet Governance… Read More

Continuing Cooperation – The NRO and Internet Governance

The Number Resource Organization (NRO) has released “Continuing Cooperation – The NRO and Internet Governance”, updating the latest 2009 report on the NRO’s activities in the field of Internet governance. The report illustrates the many efforts the Regional Internet Registries undertake in order to maintain and develop the Internet and its unique characteristics. The report focuses on wide-ranging projects the… Read More

Internet Governance Forum 2010 in Vilnius, Lithuania

The Number Resource Organization will participate in the fifth IGF meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, 14-17 September 2010. 1. The NRO booth at the IGF Village Representatives from the five RIRs will come together at booth number 27/28 in the IGF Village to discuss the NRO’s work and answer questions on IP addressing issues. 2. NRO participation in IGF workshops NRO… Read More