CaribNOG is pleased to announce that CaribNOG will be hosting CaribNOG's 11th Regional Gathering in Montego Bay, Jamaica from April 20th to 22nd 2016. CaribNOG 11 will follow directly after ARIN 37 which will be held from April 17th to 20th. The event is supported by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the Packet Clearing House (PCH) and The BrightPath Foundation.
ARIN is excited to announce that ARIN 37 Fellowships are now optionally include registration and hotel accommodations for CaribNOG 11. To apply to be a Fellow, please click here.
CaribNOG is a not-for-profit, independent, technical community that providing an important regional forum for building technical capacity, sharing industry experiences and promoting relevant solutions for advancing network engineering in the Caribbean. CaribNOG has built a reputation as an influential forum where computer network technicians and technology professionals share knowledge and experiences and participate in expert-led, high-tech training and hands-on technical workshops.
CaribNOG 11 is expected to draw industry experts from across the region and around the world to the beautiful island of Jamaica. CaribNOG is a critical forum on the region’s technology landscape for rich technical discussions where we seek to better position the Caribbean to address critical technology challenges and issues and to collaboratively derive relevant solutions. CaribNOG11 is expected to be as vibrant as CaribNOG 10 held in Belize in November 2015. The international nature of the gathering affords Jamaica a unique opportunity to showcase its culture, capacity and technology advances to the world.
CaribNOG and LACNIC are pleased to have hosted the joint meeting of CaribNOG's historic 10th Regional Gathering and LACNIC Caribbean on the Move in Belize City Belize from November 2nd to 6th 2015. The event was supported by ISOC, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), Google, the Packet Clearing House (PCH), The BrightPath Foundation, and the Internet Cooperation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the Amsterdam Internet Exchange Caribbean (AMS-IX Caribbean).