[arin-announce] ARIN 51 Begins Today
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Mon Apr 17 08:44:24 EDT 2023
The ARIN 51 Public Policy and Members Meeting begins today at 9:00 AM ET! Join us over the next three days at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay in Tampa, Florida, or virtually via Zoom for policy discussions, organizational updates, and more.
It’s not too late to register to participate (https://arin.net/ARIN51), or you may view a webcast of the meeting at https://arin.net/streamARIN51.
**How to Attend the Meeting**
Each morning during the meeting, you’ll receive a reminder email with information about that day’s session. If you’re a virtual attendee, that email will contain the link you need to access the Zoom meeting.
Virtual attendees will be allowed into the Zoom 15 minutes before the meeting starts so you can say hello and chat with other attendees. If you’re on location in Tampa, just take a seat before the meeting begins.
Visit the ARIN 51 Meeting Materials page (https://arin.net/ARIN51materials) to view the presentations and policies, the Meeting Orientation handout, the ARIN 51 Discussion Guide and more. You can also find our YouTube webcast and live transcript here.
If you miss a day, catch a recap of each meeting on the ARIN Blog or follow our Twitter @TeamARIN for live tweeting of the meeting (feel free to follow our #ARIN51 hashtag).
**IPv6 Let’s Grow: Success Stories**
Celebrate 25 years of production IPv6 at Virginia Tech with some of the engineers who made it happen. On Tuesday, 17 April, hear from Virginia Tech IT staffers Scott Midkiff, Phil Benchoff, Eric Brown, and Brian Jones about their early adoption of IPv6 as well as the challenges and successes they experienced along the way.
ARIN has been publishing IPv6 success stories since 2017, and we’re bringing some of them to you. Join Matthew Wilder, Brian Jones, Brent Mc Intosh, Madhura Kale, and Ben Bittfield on Tuesday, 17 April, to learn how their organizations are continuing to grow with IPv6, what your organization can learn from their experience, and how you can take the next steps in your IPv6 journey.
ARIN would like to thank our webcast sponsor, Google, our network sponsor, Charter, and our bronze sponsor, IPv4.Global by Hilco Streambank, for helping make ARIN 51 possible.
Please contact us at meetings at arin.net if you have any questions. We look forward to your participation!
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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