CaribNOG 8 in Curaçao!

The Caribbean Network Operators Group (CaribNOG) and LACNIC jointly hosted CaribNOG's 8th Regional Meeting and LACNIC Caribbean 6 meeting in Curacao. CaribNOG 8 / LACNIC Caribbean 6 was coordinated with the support of the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry (LACNIC), the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) and Packet Clearing House (PCH).

A key objective of CaribNOG is to better position the Caribbean to address critical technology challenges and issues and to collaboratively derive relevant solutions. The CaribNOG 8 / LACNIC Caribbean 6 meeting drew industry experts from across the region and around the world to the beautiful island of Curacao.

CaribNOG and LACNIC wish to thank all of our new and returning sponsors who made CaribNOG 8 / LACNIC Caribbean 6 a success.

Please note and save the dates and locations set for CaribNOG 9 and 10, which will take place in 2015.

CaribNOG 9: 27 Apr - 1 May 2015, Castries, St Lucia

CaribNOG 10: 26-30 Oct 2015, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Thank you again to attendees and all of our sponsors. Meeting resources are available here.

See you all at CaribNOG 9!

 


CaribNOG Seventh Regional Meeting

The Caribbean Network Operators Groups (CaribNOG) hosted its 7th Regional Meeting at the Fort Young Hotel in Roseau, Dominica from April 28 - May 2, 2014. CaribNOG 7 was coordinated with the support of our premier partner, the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of the Commonwealth of Dominica (NTRC).

Partners and Sponsors

CaribNOG is a non-profit, engineering, educational, and operational forum for coordination of network operations in the Caribbean region. Donations and sponsorships play a key role in the continuity of CaribNOG's efforts.

Thanks to our new and returning sponsors who made CaribNOG 7 a success. View our sponsors.


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Regional and international technology experts are gathering in Dominica to address Caribbean technology challenges and to collaboratively derive solutions that are relevant to the region.