ITU in Asia Pacific : Cooperation with APNIC on IPv6 Migration 2-6 March 2015 Fukuoka, Japan Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor ITU Regional Office Asia-Pacific 1 Specialized Agencies of the United Nations United Nations UNESCO WB WHO UNWTO ILO UPU FAO IFAD ICAO WMO UNIDO WIPO IMO IAEA WFP
IMF A specialized agency of the UN with focus on Telecommunication / ICTs Founded in 1865 ITU: A brief overview 193 Member States 567 Sector Members 159 Associates 60 Academia ITU-R: ITUs Radio-communication Sector globally manages radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits that ensure safety of life on land, at sea and in the skies. ITU-T: ITU's Telecommunication Standardization Sector enables global communications by ensuring that countries ICT networks and devices are speaking the same language. Headquartered in Geneva, 4 Regional Offices 7 Area Offices. ITU-D: ITUs Development Sector fosters international cooperation and solidarity in the delivery of technical assistance and in the creation, development and improvement of telecommunication/ICT equipment and networks in developing countries. ITU: Elected Officials Mr. Houlin Zhao ITU Secretary-General Mr. Brahima Sanou Director Telecommunications Development Bureau Mr. Malcolm Johnson
ITU Deputy Secretary-General Mr. Francois Rancy Director Mr. Chaesub Lee Director Radiocommunications Bureau Telecom Standardization Bureau ITU: Reaching out to the World ITU Headquarter: Geneva, Switzerland Europe Regional Office Geneva, Switzerland CIS Area Office Moscow, Russia Americas Asia-Pacific Regional Office Brasilia, Brazil Regional Office Bangkok, Thailand Area Offices Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Santiago, Chile. Bridgetown, Barbados Regional Director Mr. Ioane Koroivuki Africa Regional Office Arab Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Area Offices Yaound, Cameroon Harare, Zimbabwe Dakar, Senegal Regional Office Cairo, Egypt Area Office Jakarta, Indonesia Head: Ms. Aurora Rubio ITU: Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific 38 Member States 134 Sector Members, Associates 17 Academia Land Land Locked Locked Developing Developing Countries Countries (5) (5) Least Least Developed Developed Countries Countries (12) (12) Low-Income Low-Income States States (10) (10) PNG India Samoa Indonesia Australia
Brunei China/Hong Kong Iran Mongolia Japan Pakistan Philippines Malaysia New Zealand Sri Lanka R.O. Korea Vietnam Singapore D.P.R. Korea Afghanistan Bangladesh Kiribati Bhutan Solomon Is. Tuvalu Vanuatu Cambodia Lao, PDR Nepal Myanmar Fiji Maldives Marshall Islands
Micronesia Nauru Tonga The The Rest Rest (10) (10) Timor Leste Small Small Islands Islands Developing Developing States States (12) (12) Thailand 6 ITU-D Sector & Associate Members: Asia-Pacific Region 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.
22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Afghan Wireless Communication Co.- Afghanistan Asia Pacific Network Information Centre Australia The Cyber Guardian Pty Ltd. - Australia Grameenphone (GP) Limited Bangladesh Orascom Telecom Bangladesh Limited (Banglalink) Robi Axiata Limited - Bangladesh Telekom Brunei Berhad (TelBru) Brunei Darussalam CHUAN WEI (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. - Cambodia China Telecommunications Corporation - China China Unicom (Hong Kong) Ltd. - China Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.- China ZTE Corporation China Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) - Fiji Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) - Fiji Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. - India Bharti Airtel Limited - India Centre for Internet and Society - India Cellular Operators Association of India ITU-APT Foundation of India RailTel Corporation of India Limited, India Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal India Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Vihaan Networks Limited (VNL), India PT. INDOSAT Tbk. - Indonesia PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk Indonesia Irancell Telecommunication Services Company I.R Iran Iranian Net Communication & Electronic Services Co.
I.R. Iran Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) Fujitsu Limited - Japan Hitachi, Ltd. - Japan KDDI Corporation - Japan Mitsubishi Electric Corporation - Japan National Institute of Information and Communications Technology Japan NEC Corporation - Japan Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation Japan Nippon Telegraph and Telephone West Corporation Japan 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.
66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. Nomura Research Institute Ltd.- Japan The ITU Association of Japan Korea Information Society Development Institute (KISDI) R.O.Korea KT Corporation _ R.O. Korea National Information Society Agency (NIA) R.O. Korea Samsung SDS Co.Ltd, R.O. Korea SK Telecom, R.O. Korea Altel Communications Sdn Bhd - Malaysia Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union Malaysia Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development Malaysia Axiata Group Berhad, Malaysia Green Packet Berhad Malaysia Maxis Mobile Sdn Bhd. Malaysia MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd. - Malaysia Telekom Malaysia Berhad Malaysia Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia Information Communication Network Company Mongolia MobiCom Corporation Mongolia Ncell Pvt.Ltd. - Nepal Nepal Telecom Company Limited- Nepal Nepal Telecommunications Authority Nepal CMPak Limited, Pakistan e Worldwide Group Pakistan Multinet Pakistan (PVT) Limited - Pakistan National Telecommunication Corporation Pakistan Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited Pakistan Telenor Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. - Pakistan Smart Communications, Inc. Philippines Telecentre.org Foundation Philippines ROHDE & SCHWARZ Regional Headquarters Singapore Pte. Ltd. - Singapore Sri Lanka Telecom Ltd. Sri Lanka Advanced Info Service Public Company Ltd. Thailand
Advanced Wireless Network Company Limited - Thailand Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Thailand Total Access Communication PLC Thailand True Corporation Public Co., Ltd. Thailand Viettel Corporation, VietNam Membership Application at http://www.itu.int/members/sectmem/Form.pdf Emergency Telecommunications INFRASTRUCTURE.. APPLICATIONS.. POLICY & REGULATION.. Climate Change HUMAN CAPACITY BUILDING.. e-health Digital Inclusion Digital Broadcasting Digital Broadcasting Digital Broadcasting e-education Broadband Cybersecurity e-agriculture Spectrum management e-government C&I Smart Sustainable Cities
in Asia-Pacific .. C&I 8 Goal 1: Growth Enable and foster access to and increased use of telecommunications/ICT Target 1.1: Worldwide, 55% of households should have access to the Internet by 2020 Target 1.2: Worldwide, 60% of individuals should be using the Internet by 2020 Target 1.3: Worldwide, telecommunication/ICTs should be 40% more affordable by 2020 Goal 2: Inclusiveness Bridge the digital divide and provide broadband for all Target 2.1.A: In the developing world, 50 per cent of households should have access to the Internet by 2020. Target 2.1.B: In the least developed countries (LDCs), 15 per cent of households should have access to the Internet by 2020. Target 2.2.A: In the developing world, 50 per cent of individuals should be using the Internet by 2020. Target 2.2.B: In the least developed countries (LDCs), 2 per cent of individuals should be using the Internet by 2020. Target 2.3.A: The affordability gap between developed and developing countries should be reduced by 40 per cent by 2020. Target 2.3.B: Broadband services should cost no more than 5 per cent of average monthly income in developing countries by 2020. Target 2.4: Worldwide, 90 per cent of the rural population should be covered by broadband services by 2020. Target 2.5.A: Gender equality among Internet users should be reached by 2020. Target 2.5.B: Enabling environments ensuring accessible telecommunications/ICT for persons with disabilities should be established in all countries by 2020. Goal 3: Sustainability Manage challenges resulting from telecommunication/ICT development Target 3.1: Cybersecurity readiness should be improved by 40 per cent by 2020. Target 3.2: Volume of redundant e-waste to be reduced by 50 per cent by 2020. Target 3.3: Greenhouse gas emissions generated by the telecommunication/ICT sector to be decreased per device by 30 per cent by 2020. Goal 4: Innovation and partnership Lead, improve and adapt to the changing telecommunication/ICT environment Target 4.1: Telecommunication/ICT environment conducive to innovation. Target 4.2: Effective partnerships of stakeholders in the telecommunication/ICT environment. Dubai Action Plan (DuAP) 2015 - 2018 ITU-D: Global Development Objectives (2015-2018) Objective #1 Foster international cooperation on telecommunication/ICT development issues
Objective #2 Foster an enabling environment conducive to ICT development and foster the deployment of telecommunication/ICT networks as well as relevant applications and services, including bridging the standardization gap Objective #3 Enhance confidence and security in the use of telecommunications/ICTs, and roll-out of relevant applications and services Objective #4 Build human and institutional capacity, provide data and statistics, promote digital inclusion and provide concentrated assistance to countries in special need Objective #5 Enhance environmental protection, climate-change adaptation and mitigation, and disaster-management efforts through telecommunications/ICTs 1 1 ITU: Asia-Pacific Regional Initiatives (2015-2018) Initiative #1 Special Consideration For LDCs*, SIDSs**, Including Pacific Island Countries, And Landlocked Developing Countries Initiative #2 Emergency Telecommunications Initiative #3 Harnessing The Benefits Of New Technologies Initiative #4 Development Of Broadband Access And Adoption Of Broadband Initiative #5
Policy And Regulation * LDC: Least Developed Countries ** SIDS: Small Island Developing States Outcome of the Connect Asia-Pacific Summit 18 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand Official Website: http ://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Conferences/connect/Asia-Pacific/Pages/ default.aspx Some 625 participants from 37 ITU Asia-Pacific Member States, including 7 Heads of State/Government, 30 Ministers, deputy ministers, and Ambassadors Leaders Vision | Asia-Pacific 2020: Smartly DIGITAL Summit Communiqu | Asia-Pacific 2020: Smartly DIGITAL About 82 initiatives/projects announced and/or calling for partnerships (see Projects & Initiatives Publication) ITU calls for Expression of Interest in the initiatives/projects Please visit: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Conferences/connect/Asia-Pacific/Pages/ProjectsExpressio nofInterest.aspx Smartly DIGITAL Asia-Pacific Identified Priority Areas 1 Investing in ICT Infrastructure 2 Stimulating Innovation and Creative Use of ICT 3 Encouraging Innovative Public-Private Partnership 4 Promoting Sustainable development through ICT 5 Fostering Digital Inclusion 6. Achieving digital literacy and building human and institutional capacity ITU calls for Expression of Interest in the initiatives/projects Please visit: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Conferences/connect/Asia-Pacific/Pages/ProjectsExpressionofInterest.aspx ITU Asia-Pacific Projects 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Project Title Rural/Outer Island Communications in the Pacific Building capacity of harnessing ICTs for disempowered/marginalized communities in Sri Lanka Strengthening the Training Capacity of the Institute of Posts and Telecommunications Centre of Excellence Network in the Asia-Pacific Region Capacity Building and ICT Policy, Regulatory and Legislative Frameworks Support for Pacific Island States Roadmap for Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Mobile Television in Asia and the Pacific Technical Assistance on Telecommunication/ICT Policy and Regulation in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Universal Service Obligation in Thailand Rural ICT Policy Advocacy, Capacity Building and Knowledge Sharing Assistance in Telecommunication Policies and Regulations in the Asia-Pacific Region Asia-Pacific Regional Initiatives on Telecommunications Master Plan for wireless broadband in Asia and the Pacific
Assistance in Telecommunication/ICT in ASP Assistance in Telecommunication/ICT in ASP Region ITU NBTC Training Program 2011, 2012 & 2013 Telecentre Applications and Services Roadmap for Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Mobile Television in Asia and the Pacific Roadmap for Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting in Asia and the Pacific Broadband Policies/Plans & Applications Support for the ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Initiatives Promoting Transformational Power of Broadband Master Plans for Spectrum Management Seminar on Universal Service Obligation in Thailand Licensee Monitoring and Compliance Framework Pilot Biddings for USO Projects in Two Provinces of Thailand USO Monitoring and Evaluation Framework in Thailand Study of Telecommunications Price Regulation in Thailand Roadmap for Transition from Analogue to Digital TV Broadcasting in Thailand Roadmap development for digital terrestrial radio broadcasting roll-out in Thailand Study and Human Capacity Building on Satellite Service Regulatory Framework in Thailand Study on Spectrum Licensing of the 1800MHZz band and related spectrum under the concession DTTB Frequency Planning & Measurement ITU: Partnering in Asia-Pacific Governments Regulatory Authorities INFRASTRUCTURE.. POLICY & REGULATION.. UN & Development Agencies Regional Organizations Industry Academia APPLICATIONS.. HUMAN CAPACITY BUILDING..
PROJECTS.. 1 6 Ongoing cooperation on ICT with UN / Regional Agencies [2014-2015] AIBD Broadcasting Training ABU Women with Wave Forum, Pacific Media Partnership, Trainings ICT for Development in the Asia-Pacific Region (ICTD-AS) and follow-up meeting of the Connect Asia-Pacific Summit, Others IPv6 implementation ADB APNIC ITU Regional Preparatory meetings (PP, WTDC, WRC, WTSA, WCIT), Regional Standardization Forum, Conformity & Assessment, Others ASEAN ICT Accessibility, Statistics, Forum on Social Media Others CTO
Child Online Protection Workshop (Pacific) FAO E-Agriculture toolkit and implementation IMPACT Cybersecurity PITA Workshops, Capacity building APT UNESCO Terrestrial Transmission Map, Partnership on Statistics, Girls in ICT Day, Others Digital literacy, Girls in ICT Day UNWOMEN Women with wave, Girls in ICT Day WHO E-health toolkit and implementation
UNESCAP 1 7 ITU: Projects in Asia-Pacific Digital Broadcasting Policy & Regulation ICT Applications Human Capacity Building Spectrum, Satellite Other activities 1 8 ITU in Asia-Pacific - 2015 Activities and Events ITU Asia-Pacific activities 2015 (1) No Action Titles Country(ies) 1 Wireless Broadband Master Plan Bhutan 2 Cost Modeling for ICT Services
Bangladesh 3 Dispute Resolution Mechanism Afghanistan 4 OTT Policy in Cambodia 5 Review on Post-Liberalization of the Telecommunication Sector in Timor Leste 6 Maintenance and development of the interactive transmission map for the Asia-Pacific Region 7 Supporting IPv6 implementation in Asia-Pacific Region 8 Affordable Access to Internet 9 Enabling Efficient and optimum spectrum resources usage by the industries and users 10 Cybersecurity and COP Awareness and Network readiness assessment for Afghanistan and Nepal 11 Deployment of e-applications in Asia-Pacific region 12
ICT Application deployment for Smart Sustainable Society/Cities Mongolia 13 Harnessing the Benefits of New Technologies Pakistan 14 e-Government Assessment and Feasibility Study for ASP Countries Cambodia Timor Leste Bangkok, Thailand Asia-Pacific Maldives Bhutan Afghanistan/ Nepal TBC Asia-Pacific ITU Asia-Pacific activities 2015 (2) No Action Titles Country(ies) 15 mHealth for Philippines Philippines 16 Strengthening human capacity building in Asia-Pacific
Asia-Pacific 17 Institutional capacity building of the regulator Timor Leste 18 Digital Literacy for children in the rural areas and promoting awareness of children and teachers on staying safe online Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 19 Text-to-speech development for Laos and ASEAN Laos & ASEAN 20 Assistance to Mongolia on Policy and Regulation Mongolia 21 Review of the National ICT and Broadband Policy Suva, Fiji 22 Concentrated assistance on mHealth Deployment in Tonga Tonga 23
Concentrated Assistance to Tuvalu on Satellite Connectivity and Telecentres Tuvalu ITU Asia-Pacific Key Events 2015 (1) No Action Titles Dates Venues 1 Pacific Regional Conference on Disability 2015 16-20 Feb Nadi, Fiji 2 ITU ASP CoE Management Committee Meeting 16-17 Feb Bangkok, Thailand 3 Expert meeting on Developing National e-Agriculture Strategy 3-5 Mar Bangkok, Thailand 4 ITU/IDA ICT Regulators Leadership Retreat 18-20 Mar
Singapore 5 Regional Cybersecurity Drill 23-26 Mar Colombo, Sri Lanka 6 ITU TRAI Training on Leveraging ICTs for Smart Sustainable Cities 24-26 Mar New Delhi, India 7 Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on Universal Access and Service and Broadband Deployment 25-27 Mar Bangkok, Thailand 8 Conformity and Interoperability in Asia-Pacific Region Mar China 9 Girls in ICT Day 23 April Bangkok/Jakarta , various cities in the region
17 May Bangkok, Thailand 25 May Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 12 Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Satellite Coordination 1-5 June Manila, Philippines 13 Pacific Policy and Regulatory Forum Jun/Jul Tonga 14 Pacific ICT Ministers Meeting Jun/July TBC 1 Jul Da Nang, Vietnam 2-3 Jul Da Nang, Vietnam 10 World Telecommunications and Information Society Day (WTISD) 11 ITU-AIBD Asia Media Summit 2015 Pre-Workshop on Enhancing Digital Broadcasting Transition Experience 15 ITU Workshop on the Efficient Use of the Orbit/Spectrum Resource 16 ITU International Satellite Symposium 2015
ITU Asia-Pacific Key Events 2015 (2) No Dates Venues Q3 (TBC) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3-5 Aug Bangkok, Thailand 6-7 Aug Bangkok, Thailand 20 ITU-ABU Pacific Media Partnership Conference 2015 24-26 Aug Samoa 21 ITU/IDA Executive Training Program 25-29 Aug (TBC) Singapore 22 Regional Knowledge Exchange Forum Sep Manila 23 Regional Workshop on Accelerating Broadband Access Sep
Indonesia 24 Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on Digital Broadcasting Sep Bangkok, Thailand 25 ITU-ABU Women with the Wave High Level Forum Oct TBC 17 Action Titles ITU Asia-Pacific Region 5th Regulators Roundtable and International Training Programme 18 Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on e-Government 19 Regional Development Forum: investment opportunities in SMARTLY DIGITAL AsiaPacific ITU website at: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Regional-Presence/AsiaPacific/Pages/events.aspx ITU ASIA-PACIFIC CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAMS PROPOSED FOR 2015 Training topics 1 Developing ICT Masterplan 2 Broadband Quality of services 3 IPv6 Infrastructure Security
4 Big Data Strategy and Open Data Access Platform Spectrum Monitoring Green ICTs and Smart Grid 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 Cybercrime Investigation and Forensics Developing Telecom Strategy for the Pacific The Next 5 years Conformance and Interoperability Broadband Access Network Planning NGN Cost Modelling Online Trainings Big Data Strategy and Open Data Access Platform Satellite Launch Coordination Procedure and Regulations Responsible Centre (host) NIA MICT (Thailand) MICT (Thailand) NIA, MICT (Thailand) SRMC MICT (Thailand) IMPACT
MICT (Thailand) CATR ALTTC ALTTC Dates Venue Partners 19-22 May Busan 15-19 June (tbc) 22-26 June Bangkok City of Busan NBTC Bangkok APNIC August Bangkok 4-13 August 19-22 October Q4 2015 Beijing Bangkok NBTC
Pacific PITA September (tbc) September November NIA SRMC 1-28 June Beijing [India] [India] ITU Academy ITU Academy ITU- APNIC Collaboration RESOLUTION 180 (REV. Busan, 2014) Facilitating the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 Resolves to explore ways and means for greater collaboration and coordination between ITU and relevant organizations2 involved in the development of IP-based networks and the future Internet, through cooperation agreements, as appropriate, in order to increase the role of ITU in Internet governance so as to ensure maximum benefits to the global community;
to step up the exchange of experiences and information with all stakeholders regarding the adoption of IPv6, with the aim of creating opportunities for collaborative efforts, and to ensure that feedback exists to enrich efforts to support the transition to IPv6; to collaborate closely with the relevant international recognized partners, including the Internet community (e.g. regional Internet registries (RIRs), the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and others), in order to encourage the deployment of IPv6 by raising awareness and through capacity building; to support those Member States which, in accordance with the existing allocation policies, require assistance in the management and allocation of IPv6 resources, pursuant to relevant resolutions; to continue the studies of IP address allocation, both for IPv4 addresses and for IPv6 addresses, in cooperation with other relevant stakeholders, based on their respective roles, RESOLUTION 180 (REV. Busan, 2014) Facilitating the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 Instructs Director of BDT in coordination with Director of TSB to undertake and facilitate activities under resolves above in order that the relevant study groups of the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU T) and of the Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU D) can carry out the work; while assisting those Member States that require support in the management and allocation of IPv6 resources, to monitor the current allocation mechanisms (including the equitable distribution of addresses) for ITU Member States or Sector Members, and to identify and point out any underlying flaws in the current allocation mechanisms; to communicate proposals for changes to existing policies, if identified under the studies above, in accordance with the existing policy development process; to develop statistics on progress made with the transition, based on information that may be compiled regionally through collaboration with regional organizations;
to collect and disseminate best practices on coordination efforts undertaken by governments at the national level in order to facilitate transition to IPv6, RESOLUTION 180 (REV. Busan, 2014) Facilitating the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 Invites Member States to continue to promote specific initiatives at the national level, which foster interaction with governmental, private and academic entities and civil society for the purposes of the information exchange necessary for the deployment of IPv6 in their respective countries; to encourage, with support from the ITU regional offices, the regional Internet registries (RIRs) and other regional organizations in coordinating research, dissemination and training actions with participation by governments, industry and the academic community in order to facilitate the deployment of IPv6 within the countries and in the region, and to coordinate initiatives between regions to promote its deployment worldwide; to develop national policies to promote the technological update of systems in order to ensure that the public services provided utilizing the IP protocol and the communications infrastructure and relevant applications of the Member States are compatible with IPv6; to encourage manufacturers to supply to the market customer premises equipment (CPE) that supports IPv6 in addition to IPv4; to raise awareness among information service providers on the importance of making their services available over IPv6 ITU- APNIC Collaboration -I During 2011-2014, the ITU carried out capacity building and direct country assistance to countries in the Asia-Pacific region in cooperation with APNIC, NAv6 and Ministry of ICT (Thailand). Under the framework of ITU Asia-Pacific Centres of Excellence, face to face trainings were carried out in the areas of IPv6 migration strategies (2011, 2012) and IPv6 Infrastructure Security (2013, 2014) in cooperation with partners including APNIC and Ministry
of ICT (Thailand) building skills of approximately 175 participants. The ITU continue to support through participation and experience sharing in the APNIC events (e.g. APRICOT, APNIC). ITU- APNIC Collaboration -II IPv6 Transition Strategies and Technologies Workshop for Lao PDR together with APNIC and LANIC A two day national workshop on IPv6 Transition Strategies and Technologies Workshop for Lao PDR was organized by ITU, APNIC and LANIC from 5-6 August 2014. The workshop was attended by around 40 participants from Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication (Lao PDR), LANIC and other ISPs. ITU and APNIC assisted on IPv6 deployment in Lao which covers : Assessment of IPv6 readiness of their network Key transition technologies applicable in their network The way forward and deployment strategy http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Regional-Presence/AsiaPacific/Pages/Events/2014/August%20Laos/IPv6-Transition-Strategi es-and-Technologies-Workshop.aspx . ITU IPv6 Activities in Asia-Pacific In area of IPv6, Online (2) and face to face (1) trainings were also carried out in cooperation with Pusan National University, NAv6, MICT (Thailand) training more than 60 participants in areas of IPv6 engineering and deployment. Fostering partnership with Malaysia on IPv6 migration Manipal Education
Going forward, ITU and APNIC in cooperation with other Members would continue to build capacity in the Asia-Pacific region and provide direct assistance to interested countries. ITU : http://www.itu.int ITU Asia Pacific : http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/asp/CMS/index.asp 3 3
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