We plan to hold NEPF again in 2022 (Q2 or Q3) as conditions allow.
Kimpton Marlowe Hotel
25 Edwin H Land Boulevard
Cambridge, MA, 02141
Please join us in Cambridge, MA on August 2nd, 2019 for the third edition of the New England Peering Forum.
NEPF offers presentations from regional and global experts in networking and Internet infrastructure. NEPF attendance is limited to less than 200 people, so you will be able to meet and talk with the other attendees in a relaxed, professional atmosphere. NEPF attendees will include northeast region Internet Exchange operators, along with representatives from many institutions, content providers, ISPs, carriers, and enterprise businesses. The attendance fee includes morning and afternoon breaks with coffee, soft drinks and snacks, catered luncheon, and we will close out the day in style with an evening social event with beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres.
If you share a passion for a faster and more efficient Internet for everyone, don't miss this event!
We are also pleased to be offering a FREE official ARIN Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) training session starting at 8am.
What is RPKI?
Using cryptographically verifiable certificates, RPKI allows IP address holders to create public statements specifying which Autonomous Systems are authorized to originate their IP address prefixes. These statements, known as Route Origin Authorizations (ROAs), allow network operators to make informed routing decisions, and help secure Internet routing in general. This initiative has been developed within the IETF, with involvement from Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), Local Internet Registries (LIRs), and numerous Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
Space for this FREE training is limited to 75 people and breakfast is included! If you want to attend the training, please be sure to register for that additional free ticket here.
Do you have an educational topic you would like to present
to this community?
Our Call For Presentations is open and can be found here:
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