Taos is in firm belief that it is of a strategic advantage for organizations to convert to IPv6 sooner rather than later.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
Taos, an IT services and consulting company, invites all IT professionals to its IPv6 Symposium on June 1 from 6-9 p.m. at the Liberty Hotel in Boston. With the assigned address space of IPv4 now fully allocated, the ability to defer IPv6 strategy to a future time is thinning. Taos is in firm belief that it is of a strategic advantage for organizations to convert to IPv6 sooner rather than later. The symposium will be a dynamic forum where IT professionals can come together for education and discussion on the topic including: critical factors to consider when transitioning to IPv6, what transition technologies are available, and what architectural decisions you should consider. The event speakers will include IPv6 experts such as John Curran, President and CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers, Tim Coulter, Infrastructure Architect at Taos, who recently architected an IPv6 implementation at a large ecommerce organization, and Jong Yoon, Infrastructure Architect at Taos, whose IPv6 experience includes his recent engagement as a network architect at Silver Spring Networks whose Smart Grid Platform is based on the IPv6 standards.
Attendance is complimentary for all IT professionals. If interested in attending, register here.