|APRICOT GENERAL PROGRAM|
|.||The APRICOT conference generally consists of
several days of Tutorials and about three days of Conferencing.
Other associated events may also take place particularly those
of the Asia Pacific Internet organisations (so-called APstar AP*)
such as APIA, APNG, APTLD, APNIC, etc.
1. Tutorials previously have covered topics such as:
2. TECHNICAL CONFERENCE
- Local Internet Scenes National Carrier/ISPs ISPs Inter-regional ISPs Internet Exchanges Hosting Services & Colocation - Bandwidth Alternatives: Long Distance * Satellite Doug Humphrey SkyCache * Submarine Fiber * Alternative purchasing options for capacity; IRUs, leasing raw capacity instead of transit, interconnecting in other countries - Bandwidth Alternatives: Metropolitan & Last Mile * Metropolitan Consumer MMDS Wireless - Dewayne Hendricks COM21 * E1/E3 alternatives using point to point wireless- * Packet Cellular - * xDSL - * Cable Modems - - Next Generation Services * IP Telephony - * Internet Fax - * VPNs * Vendor Neutral Colocation * Internet Service Exchanges * Streaming Multi-media & Multicasting - The State of the Domain Name * Overview of New IANA - * Developments in BIND and ISC - Network Hygeine * Eliminating SPAM - * Server Lockdown, life outside a DMZ * Router Filtering & Security - - Peering and Settlements Panel Bill Norton moderator, Robert Berger, Justin Newton, Bill Manning, Barry Greene - Internet Roaming & related services (including IP Telephony & fax billing) - Caching Doug Humphrey Skycache, SQUID (NLANR), Inktomi - Network Operations and Architecture Trends Vab Goel Qwest - State of the Internet Panels * Statistics and measurements * Connectivity between AP Countries * What can limit the growth of the Internet
|• Last updated on Dec. 28, 1998 •|