[LAC-TF] ISOC Panel @ IETF 84

Alejandro Acosta alejandroacostaalamo at gmail.com
Mon Aug 6 20:14:25 BRT 2012

Hola todos,
  El pasado Julio 31 en la IETF de Vancouver hubo un panel sobre el
World IPv6: Launched!
  Solo he escuchado una parte y esta muy bueno, por eso quise enviarlo
a la lista.

Lo pueden conseguir en:

Les dejo un resumen de los panelistas para que vean porque estuvo tan bueno:

Leslie Daigle, Internet Society
Leslie Daigle is the Chief Internet Technology Officer for the
Internet Society. She has been actively involved in shaping the
Internet's technical evolution for more than a dozen years. Her role
with the Internet Society is to provide strategic leadership on
important technical issues as they relate to ISOC's ongoing programs.
She has worked with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) since
1995, and was an appointed member of the related Internet Architecture
Board (IAB) from March 2000 to March 2008.

John Brzozowski, Comcast
As Chief Architect, IPv6 and Distinguished Engineer at Comcast, John
Brzozowski provides technical leadership and guidance for deployment
of IPv6 across all services. He leverages his expertise and experience
to drive the adoption and implementation of IPv6 in the real world and
at scale, ensuring that innovative solutions are in place to support
traditional and next generation services. John has contributed
significantly to many standards and technologies critical to the
adoption of IPv6 globally, across voice, video, and Internet networks
and services. He works closely with CableLabs on DOCSIS and
PacketCable specifications, and is very involved with the IETF, where
he is co-chair of the DHC working group.  John also is chair of the
Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) IPv6 Working Group and the
Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) IPv6 Deployment
Working Group as well as an active contributor on a range of IPv6
issues globally.

Lorenzo Colitti, Google
Lorenzo Colitti has performed research on IPv6, Internet topology
discovery, interdomain routing, and BGP anycast. He is currently the
technical lead for IPv6 efforts, encompassing everything from
performance metrics to Android development to government outreach. He
obtained a master's degree in electronic engineering at Roma Tre
University and later a Ph.D in networking at the same institution with
a thesis on Internet topology discovery using active probing.

Mat Ford, Internet Society
As Technology Program Manager Mat Ford organizes and leads aspects of
the Internet Society's work in advancing the development and
deployment of open standards and promoting the Internet's
collaborative development and operational management model. Mat helped
to co-ordinate measurement activities for World IPv6 Launch. Before
joining the Internet Society, Mat was Principal Researcher at British
Telecom where he led a variety of activities including IPv6 research

Lee Howard, Time Warner Cable
Lee Howard is the Director of Network Technology for Time Warner
Cable, a role which includes primary responsibility for the company’s
IPv6 deployment.  From 2004 to 2008, he was the Director of IT
Engineering for a U.S. government contractor.  Before that, Lee worked
at UUNET from 1997 until 2003, where he managed service delivery of
Internet access, including VPN and VoIP services around the world.  He
currently serves as Working Group Chair for the IETF 6renum working
group.  He served for seven years on the Board of Trustees of ARIN, as
Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.  He also spent a year on ICANN’s
Address Supporting Organization Address Council.

George Michaelson, APNIC
George Michaelson graduated from York University in 1982 with a B.Sc
in Computer Science. His career in the United Kingdom and Australia
has pursued research and development in computer science, networking,
and systems administration. He is currently the senior Research
Scientist at APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry serving the
Asia-Pacific region. George has recently been working on IPv6
measurement, long-baseline DNS statistics, services logging, audit and
analysis, and design and implementation of the Internet Number
Resource Certification framework. George is a member of the BCS, and a
founder member of the Australian chapter of the Internet Society. He
participates regularly in IETF standardization meetings, and
co-authors RFCs, technical drafts, conference and peer-review papers.

Erik Nygren, Akamai
Erik Nygren is Chief Architect in Akamai's Platform Infrastructure
Engineering organization and has been with Akamai since June of 1999.
Among other responsibilities, Erik is leading the platform
architecture for Akamai's IPv6 initiative. He is a long-time member of
Akamai's Architecture Group and has had deep involvement in many
engineering and operations areas across Akamai. Erik received his
Bachelors and Masters degrees in Computer Science and Engineering at
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and he came to Akamai
part way through his PhD program at MIT, working in the Parallel and
Distributed Operating Systems group. Previously, Erik was a co-founder
of Fourth Planet, a data visualization company.


Alejandro Acosta

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