Daniel Karrenberg

Daniel Karrenberg

Presentation Abstract

Some time in 2011 there will be no unallocated IPv4 addresses left. Now is the time to deploy production grade IPv6 services.  The time for excuses is over.  The time for experiments is over. Production grade service is what counts now.


Daniel Karrenberg is a European Internet pioneer. In the 1980s he helped to build EUnet, the first pan-European ISP.  In the 1990s he led the establishment of the RIPE NCC, the first Regional Internet Registry.  During the 2000s Karrenberg has instigated and contributed to a number of significant operational activities such as RIPE RIS, RIPE TTM, DNSMON and NSD.

Karrenberg is one of the instigators of RIPE, the European Internet coordination body.  He has served on a number of governance bodies and currently serves as a trustee of the Internet Society.

Daniel Karrenberg is Chief Scientist of the RIPE NCC where his current interests are the Internet in general and Internet measurement and monitoring in particular.

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