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APNIC Update Paul Wilson Director General. Overview Priorities in 2009 IPv4 exhaustion IPv6 deployment Security Internet Governance Priorities in 2010.

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1 APNIC Update Paul Wilson Director General

2 Overview Priorities in 2009 IPv4 exhaustion IPv6 deployment Security Internet Governance Priorities in 2010 Operational Plan

3 IPv4 Consumption – Projection as of 20/01/2010 Projected IANA Unallocated Address Pool Exhaustion: 8-Sept-2011 Projected RIR Unallocated Address Pool Exhaustion 28-Aug-2012

4 IPv4 Distribution – Global Remaining at IANA 22 x /8256 x 10% = 25.6 RIR Allocations Pre-RIR Allocations Total: 256 x /8

5 IPv6 Deployment Status Market leaders starting to emerge, and drive IPv6 deployment Increasing IPv6 readiness and deployments in private & public sectors Over 2 trillion addresses already allocated (IPv4 Internet x 500) 2009 saw a 17% global increase in the number of economies with IPv6 resource holdings

6 IPv6 Deployment – Global

7 Activities Promoting IPv6 awareness Supporting IPv6 readiness and deployment Leading by example

8 Security and Stability Internal focus BCP and DRP, “high availability” Services focus DNSSEC, RPKI, MyAPNIC (CA2) Global coordination DNSSEC RPKI roadmap with NRO Routing Security IETF support: “rpsec” working group

9 Internet Governance – th IGF, Egypt NRO workshops, negotiations etc ITU Events World Technology Policy Forum Response to IPv6 questionnaire Telecom World, CTO Forum APEC Tel 40 - IPv6 Workshop OECD ITAC participation ICANN Ongoing matters including DNSSEC, RPKI, IANA services, and NRO relationship

10 Internet Governance – th IGF, Lithuania Also regional IGFs in 2010: Asia, Pacific, Commonwealth ITU Events ITU IPv6 Group meetings WTDC, India ITU Plenipotentiary, Mexico APEC Tel 41, Taipei Ministerial meeting, Japan OECD Ongoing Recruiting specialist Public Affairs advisor

11 Other Highlights in 2009 R&D Monitoring and reporting Global co-operation through the NRO Collaborative activities DNSSEC RPKI Ongoing growth Membership, allocations, other activities

12 Operational Planning 2010 Aligning APNIC priorities with mission, and APNIC Member Survey results Addressing the challenge of responsible Internet resource management in the Asia Pacific region Internal Secretariat process Assessing the current situation Identifying strategic directions Action planning Writing and communicating the plan Monitoring and evaluation

13 Operational Planning 2010 Based on the APNIC Member Survey and consultation with community stakeholders Four themes to summarize Delivering Value Supporting Internet Development Collaborating and Communicating Corporate Support

14 Operational Focus Delivering Value As a service organization, APNIC provides value to all stakeholders according to their specific needs. The APNIC Secretariat is funded by the membership, and applies those funds in the mutual interest of all Members, through provision of a core set of high- quality services related to Internet address allocation and management. Supporting Internet Development APNIC stakeholders share a common interest in the healthy and vigorous development of the Internet throughout all parts of the Asia Pacific region and the world. APNIC supports the maintenance of an open and neutral Internet, based on global addressability of all network components, and minimal barriers to global end-end reachability.

15 Operational Focus Collaborating and Communicating APNIC exists within a global community of Internet stakeholders, whose openness and cooperation is critical to the success of the organization and of the Internet itself. APNIC will work other stakeholders in the mutual benefit of respective missions. Corporate Support The APNIC Secretariat exists to provide services, and support the activities of APNIC. It operates as a professional team with full accountability to the Members and stakeholders of APNIC

16 Delivering Value As a service organization, APNIC provides value to all stakeholders according to their specific needs. The APNIC Secretariat is funded by the membership, and applies those funds in the mutual interest of all Members, through provision of a core set of high-quality services related to Internet address allocation and management. How: Resource services, meetings, training Priorities: IPv6 support, registry integrity

17 Supporting Internet Development APNIC stakeholders share a common interest in the healthy and vigorous development of the Internet throughout all parts of the Asia Pacific region and the world. APNIC supports the maintenance of an open and neutral Internet, based on global addressability of all network components, and minimal barriers to global end- end reachability. How: Regional infrastructure, education, measurement, R&D Priorities: Increase IPv6 uptake, Internet Governance

18 Collaborating and Communicating APNIC exists within a global community of Internet stakeholders, whose openness and cooperation is critical to the success of the organization and of the Internet itself. APNIC will work with other stakeholders in the mutual benefit of respective missions. How: Regional liaison, NIRs, representation Priorities: Public affairs, NRO and ICANN, new NIRs

19 Corporate Support The APNIC Secretariat exists to provide services, and support the activities of APNIC. It operates as a professional team with full accountability to the Members and stakeholders of APNIC (further described in Vision and Values statements). How: Infrastructure, staff Priorities: Continuous improvement, building acquisition, system enhancement

20 Thank You


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