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The Internet Society (ISOC) - Uganda Chapter welcomes you to its launch to be held at Hive Colab on the morning of Wednesday 6th June 2012 8:30am. The launch of ISOC Uganda coincides with the World Launch of IPv6, an event that marks the beginning of commercial and mainstreaming of IPv6, including the launch of IPv6 Uganda. The Hon Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Uganda's Minister for ICT, will preside over the Launch. You can view the Programme on our Internet Society Uganda website: http://isoc.ug/events/world-ipv6-launch/
The Internet Society is a global cause-driven organization that is dedicated to ensuring that the Internet stays open, transparent and defined by you.
Backed by more than 55,000 members, nearly 90 Chapters around the world, and more than 130 Organization members, the Internet Society has been, and continues to be the world's trusted independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards and future development. More than simply advancing technology, we work to ensure that the Internet continues to grow and evolve as a platform for innovation, economic development, and social progress for people around the world.
As one of the more than 26 chapters in African, the ISOC Uganda chapter aims to brings together individual members of the ICT fraternity who share an interest and belief in the Internet Society’s principles and mission and who are committed to furthering the Internet Society’s goals and objectives within Uganda.
The exhaustion of version 4 of Internet Protocol addresses, or IPv4, is imminent and affects us all. As such, we all have a part to play to ensure a smooth transition to the next version of Internet addressing, IPv6.
Please join us at the Hive Colab for the Launch of IPv6 Uganda, in marking what should prove to be one of the most historical technological changes of the decade, to help ensure that Uganda’s contribution is ultimately a timely and successful one, and learn how you can contribute to this endeavor.