Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, shares details about an upcoming event we're co-hosting in St Kitts from 4-5 December.
It’s already been one year since we officially launched ARIN in the Caribbean, our series of outreach events for the Caribbean. At our first anniversary, we are happy to report on the success of this initiative and share our plans for 2019.
Bevil Wooding, Caribbean Outreach Liaison, introduces the launch of the ARIN Caribbean Forum and what we plan to accomplish through these initiatives.
In 2017, six hurricanes traversed the Caribbean, including ten countries in our region. Learn how the Caribbean and regional organizations are taking steps to ensure that its networks and critical Internet infrastructure are more robust and more resilient.
We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new ARIN in the Caribbean page! Take a look and stay up-to-date about upcoming ARIN in the Caribbean events in 2018.
Over the last two decades, we have been a strong partner to the Caribbean’s efforts to establish and maintain a strong and resilient Internet infrastructure. Read on to learn a few of the many ways we’ve been active in the Caribbean over the years.
This past week, ARIN joined forces with the Latin America and Caribbean Network Information Centre (LACNIC) for the Caribbean Association of National Telecommunication Organizations’ (CANTO) 32nd Annual Conference & Trade Exhibition in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Last week I had the opportunity to connect with attendees at the Caribbean Association of National Telecommunication Organizations (CANTO) 31st Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition in Miami, FL. I found the Caribbean ICT community to be most welcoming and interested in bettering the Internet in their local communities to promote economic and social development.
See what we did there? Not only are the letters A-R-I-N actually in the word cARIbbeaN, but so much more. There are many Caribbean economies in the ARIN’s service region and we work hard to serve everyone that depends on us for Internet number resources. For those of you in the Caribbean, we have some suggestions for what you can do to prepare for the future of the Internet and to get more involved in ARIN and other important organizations in the Caribbean. Get ready for IPv6. Network operators and content providers alike need to prepare for the future Internet.
Recently ARIN’s Executive Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Cathy Handley and ARIN’s Chief Operating Officer, Nate Davis were invited to …
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