ICANN 54 will be held at the renowned Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), a landmark building on Dublin's skyline since its inauguration in 2010. The CCD is ideally situated right in the heart of Dublin; where you will have the opportunity to experience this great city, which happens to be also one of the most thriving centres of Internet innovation in Europe.
iWeek is South Africa’s leading annual Internet industry conference, and has been held each year since 2001.
iWeek brings together all of South Africa’s major Internet organisations for a series of presentations, panel discussions, workshops, training sessions and social events.
The iWeek co-hosts are:
Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA)
Internet Exchange – South Africa (INX-ZA)
ZA Central Registry (ZACR)
In addition, a number of partners are supporting iWeek 2015 by facilitating content or hosting events, including WAPA, ISOC Global, ISOC-ZA, ISOC-Gauteng, AFRINIC, ZADNA, Wi-Fi Forum SA, SACF, FID/IDEA, FPB, DTPS and Telkom Wholesale.
The African Peering and Interconnection Forum addresses the key interconnection, peering, and traffic exchange opportunities and challenges on the continent and provides participants with global and regional insights for maximising opportunities that will help grow Internet infrastructure and services in Africa.
For more info, visit https://www.internetsociety.org/afpif-2015/home
DNS attended the AfTLD forum in Nairobi at the beginning of July to present DNSSEC, Failover and Redundancy as well as marketing a domain.
Have a look at the presentations given by DNS directors and staff Neil, Mark and David.
David Peall, an expert on hardware redundancy and failover gave a presentation on how DNS has successfully managed to keep the ZACR up and running despite the electricity challenges South Africans are facing.
Mark Elkins, a director of DNS gave a presentation at the African DNS Forum in Nairobi, Kenya from the 6th - 8th July on DNSSEC.
Neil Dundas, CEO of DNS, gave a presentation on growing your domain through marketing and promotion.
Neil Dundas, CEO of DNS, gave a presentation on the domain name distribution channel.
Buenos Aires is the site of the Teatro Colón, an internationally rated opera house. There are several symphony orchestras and choral societies. The city has numerous museums related to history, fine arts, modern arts, decorative arts, popular arts, sacred art, arts and crafts, theatre and popular music, as well as the preserved homes of noted art collectors, writers, composers and artists. The city is home to hundreds of bookstores, public libraries and cultural associations (it is sometimes called "the city of books. Every November, "La noche de los Museos" (Night of Museums) is celebrated. On this day, most of the museums of the city are open all night long. Buenos Aires is also very active in street art, with major murals everywhere in the city.
The MyBroadband Conference is the premier event of its kind in South Africa, attracting IT executives and delegates from around the country.
The third edition of the Africa Internet Summit (AIS), will be held in the beautiful city of Tunis, in Tunisia.
The theme for the AIS’ 15 is "Beyond connection: Internetworking for African Development''. The AIS is a platform where key Internet-related development issues faced by Africa are discussed. The event is proudly hosted by the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI).