Your Customers are on the New Internet – Are You?

Your Customers are on the New Internet – Are You?

Will you be one of the 150,000+ people expected to attend CES in a couple weeks? If so, make sure you plan to learn more about how the Internet is evolving while at the show. As part of the free conference track, industry experts from Facebook, Verizon Wireless, Comcast, ARIN, IPv6 Forum Israel, and the CTA itself are joining together to bring you a panel on the new Internet: Your Customers are on the New Internet – Are You?  With the Internet rapidly moving to IPv6, it’s impacting today’s increasingly connected consumer electronics equipment. You won’t want to miss this session to find out what these changes to the public Internet will mean for consumer electronics, the entertainment industry, and the emergence of the Internet of Things.

Tuesday, January 5

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

LVCC, North Hall, Room N259

Your Customers on the New Internet - Are You?

The new Internet, built on IPv6, is the only way to reach the 30 billion new IoT devices and the next 1 billion people that will be connected. Learn how this shift will positively impact your business and your customers.

Moderator

Brian Markwalter

Brian Markwalter

Sr. VP, Research & Standards, CTA

Panelists

John Curran

John Curran

President and CEO, ARIN

Paul Saab

Paul Saab

Software Engineer, Facebook

Samir Vaidya

Samir Vaidya

Director, Device Technology, Verizon Wireless

John Brzozowski

John Brzozowski

Fellow and Chief IPv6 Architect, Comcast Cable

Limor Schafman

Limor Schafman

Chair Emeritus, IPv6 Forum Israel

Be sure to join us in Las Vegas at CES for this excellent panel!  In the meantime, for more information on where to begin with your IPv6 deployment, check out these resources: Get6, IPv6 Info Center, and our IPv6 Wiki

Post written by:

Jennifer Bly
External Relations Manager

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