Between 24-28 February 2018, an InterLAN delegation attends the international conference APRICOT 2018 and the SANOG 31 Meeting, which are held simultaneously in Kathmandu, Nepal.
APRICOT 2018 (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies) is the largest Asia Pacific Internet conference with an attendance of more than 700 engineers, researchers, operators and service providers, and various policy community representatives from over 50 countries.
SANOG 31 (South Asian Network Operators Group) is a forum on operational issues and technologies of interest to data operators in the South Asian region.
APNIC 45 (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Registry) and APIX 17 (Asia Pacific Internet ExchangeAssociation) are also taking part in the event.
InterLAN representatives had several interventions:
In the Peering Forum: IXP Session, Eric Băleanu made a short presentation of InterLAN Internet Exchange (video).
In the NOG BoF session, Cristian Copcea spoke about the challenges InterLAN faced as host of RONOG (video).
In the Network Operations session, Cristian Copcea presented the TVX project and the video stream management application developed by InterLAN (video).
In the NOG Reports session, Eric Băleanu presented a report of RONOG editions so far (video).
Various discussions were held with other attendees on ongoing and future partnerships.
More details about this event can be found on its official website.