Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Presentations on Internet Exchanges and the Middle East

In preparation for this week's ITU Global Symposium for Regulators, Beirut I looked at the presentations of MENOG5 which was held in Lebanon 2 weeks ago.There are some excellent presentations there on how internet exchanges were established, what their impact was etc. It ranges from Beirut, Amsterdam, Enschede to Nepal. Also there is a presentation by the head of the Lebanese Regulator,  Kamal Shedadi on IPv6. One important item I hadn't ever seen before was the effects IPv6 may have to facilitate lawful interception. Even though I worked on LI for 3 years in The Netherlands, I had never really considered it in this way, but I do think it's a fair assessment.
http://www.menog.net/meetings/menog5/presentations/index.php

Also have a look at the discussion papers and the presentations which will be given at the ITU GSR (one of them is mine) . http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg/Events/Seminars/GSR/GSR09/papers.html

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