Virtual Peering Series – Central Asia #1

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Strong communities make a strong Internet. Thank you for joining the first event of the Virtual Peering Series – Central Asia!

The Internet Society, RIPE NCC, and Euro-IX are organizing a series of online events throughout 2021 to raise awareness of the benefits of peering and encourage the development of Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) in the region.

The Virtual Peering Series – Central Asia introduces the benefits of IXPs, bring together network operators, content providers, and DNS operators who are interested in improving the Internet in their countries and localities, and develop plans for establishing and/or operating an IXP. It will also discuss IXP best practices, including technical solutions as well as hosting, financing, and staff resourcing, with the aim of developing suitable approaches for local circumstances.

The first event in the series took place on 11 May 2021 at 09.00-10.30 UTC. The language of these events will be Russian, with simultaneous translation provided in English.

Русская версия

В течение 2021 года Интернет Сообщество, RIPE NCC и Euro-IX организуют серию виртуальных мероприятий, направленных на повышение информированности о преимуществах пиринга и поощрение развития точек по обмену интернет трафиком в регионе. 

На этих мероприятиях будут представлены преимущества точек по обмену интернет трафиком, а также предоставлена возможность встречи интернет сервис-провайдеров, контент провайдеров и операторов системы DNS, заинтересованных в развитии интернета в своих странах и регионах, для разработки планов по основанию/развитию точки по обмену интернет трафиком. 

Мероприятия пройдут на русском языке с предоставление синхронного перевода на английском. 

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Date and Time

09:00 – 10:30 UTC

Tuesday 11 May 2021

Location

Online

Speakers and moderators

Susan Forney

Network Engineer, Hurricane Electric

Susan Forney is a network engineer at Hurricane Electric Internet Services, which operates the largest IPv6 backbone in the world in terms of number of connected networks. Before joining Hurricane… Read more

Evgeny Morozov

Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Moscow Internet Exchange (MSK-IX)

Evgeny Morozov is a CCO at MSK-IX. He is responsible for business development, sales, marketing and strategic planning. He has more than 17 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Prior… Read more

Vahan Hovsepyan

External Relations Officer (Caucasus and Central Asia), RIPE NCC

Vahan Hovsepyan is an External Relations Officer (Caucasus and Central Asia) with the RIPE NCC. Based in Yerevan, Vahan is in charge of developing cooperation and engaging stakeholders from the… Read more

Andrei Robachevsky

Senior Director, Technology Programmes

Andrei Robachevsky joined the Internet Society in March 2011. He is the Senior Director, Technology Programmes. Andrei's primary area of interest is security and resilience of the Internet infrastructure. This… Read more

Event organizers and sponsors

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