Having staged four successful events in the last three years, the next meeting of the Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) will be staged for the first time in Lebanon. Supported by the RIPE NCC, the Regional Internet Registry for Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia, MENOG 5 follows on from the success of MENOG 4, which was held in Bahrain and attracted 90 representatives of government and business from 17 different countries.
Hosted by IDM and Ogero, MENOG 5 will gather business, network operators and the technical community to discuss the critical Internet issues affecting the Middle East region. The five-day event is an opportunity to share expertise and knowledge, and to identify opportunities for regional cooperation.
MENOG 5 offers the opportunity for organizations and individuals from across the region to discuss and debate topics such as networking and the deployment of IPv6, Internet security and the deployment of Internet exchanges. IPv6 is a new system of IP addresses crucial to the continued growth of the Internet.
The meeting’s agenda includes presentations, tutorials and workshops on IPv6 and ISP security, which will be presented by international experts. Meeting attendance is free of charge, except for the workshop sessions where a nominal registration fee applies, and open to anyone with an interest in the Internet and networking field.
This conference will take place at the Mövenpick Hotel in Beirut, from 25-29 October 2009.
For further information, go to: http://www.menog.net/meetings/menog5/index.php
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