Local RealVideo and Multicast QuickTime Streaming will be available for the main Monday-Wednesday sessions.
Registration information for each open meeting is available through the links below.
Accommodations are available for all meetings in the accomodations section of the Internet2/APAN/TransPAC/NLANR Tech Workshop Site
Information about local support and logistics is also available, but ask the local host team if you have further questions about your visit to Hawaii.
A big Mahalo to our corporate sponsors:
Tech Workshop: Jan 28-31
open meeting - registration required
Since 1998, Internet2 and the National Laboratory for Advanced Networking Research (NLANR) have collaborated to create the Joint Techs Workshops, until 2001 a U.S. national conference of networking engineers featuring presentations, Birds-Of-a-Feather meetings and demonstrations of state-of-the-art high-performance networking technologies. The 2001 Hawaii Techs Workshop is the second event co-sponsored internationally and the first in the Asia-Pacific region.
Multilingual Internet Names
Consortium (MINC) Member Meeting: Jan 30-31
MINC Member Meeting Attendees should register for the Tech Workshop
The Multilingual Internet Names Consortium is a non-profit, non-governmental, international organization. It focuses on the promotion of multilingualisation of Internet names, including Internet domain names and keywords, internationalization of Internet names standards and protocols, technical coordination and liaison with other international bodies. It has more than 40 organizational and individual members from all continents of the world, from industry, academia, research, government, investors and international organisations.
Astronomy & Advanced Networking
Interest Group: Jan 31, 1300-1700
open meeting - registration requested
By popular demand a "Birds of a Feather" session has been scheduled for astronomers, astronomy support staff, and advanced networking technologists from the U.S., Canada, Chile, Japan, Australia and other Asia-Pacific countries. Contact Ted Hanss if you are interested in making a presentation and/or have issues/topics you would like to see discussed at the meeting. If you plan on attending, please send email to Heather Boyles.
Advanced Network (APAN) Meeting:
open meeting - registration required
The Asia-Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) is a non-profit international consortium established on 3 June 1997. APAN is intended to be a high-performance network for research and development on advanced applications and services. APAN provides advanced networking environment for research community, and promotes international collaboration.
Hawaii Intranet Consortium Member
Meeting: Feb 1
Members & Invitees Only
The Hawaii Intranet Consortium (HIC) is a consortium of government organizations (primarily US DoD) in Hawaii that work together to leverage infrastructure and reduce overall costs. Strategies include maximizing local peering and sharing high-bandwidth links where appropriate.
ICANN ccTLD Meeting: Feb 1
The World Wide Association of Country Code Top Level Domain Managers and ICANN will hold a meeting Thursday, February 1, 2001 at the East West Center. While the meeting itself is closed, there will be an opportunity for individuals wishing to meet with ccTLD managers to do so in a social situation after 5 PM.
Internet Educational Equal Access
Foundation Board Meeting: Feb 2
Board Members and Invitees Only
The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation is a new non-profit foundation established to accelerate the growth of Internet2 and Next Generation Internetworking to enable and stimulate the rapid expansion of collaboration among educational institutions across the world. It will cultivate and promote practical solutions to delivering scalable, universally available and equitable means of access to suitable bandwidth and the network resources in support of these collaborations by creating frameworks and alliances among universities, educational leadership groups and key providers of tecommunications facilities, capacity and co-location facility owners and operators.
Visitors planning extended visits to Hawaii may also wish to attend the Pacific Telecommunications Conference January 14-18. PTC is the major annual gathering for the Telecom Industry in the hemisphere. Speakers this year include Sony Chairman & CEO Nobuyuki Idea, ICANN CEO & President Mike Roberts, ITU Deputy Secretary General Roberto Blois, ICC Secretary General Maria Cattaui and Korea's Minister of Science & Technology Jung-Uck Seo.