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DATE: Fri, 25th Sep 2020
TIME: 09:30am – 05:30pm
VENUE: Online




09:30am – 09:40am

Welcome by HKNOG
– Alice Ng (HKNOG)

09:40am – 10:10am

Morning Keynote : Measuring RPKI
– Geoff Huston (APNIC)

10:10am – 10:40am

Segment Routing
– Louis Chan (Juniper)

10:40am – 10:50am

Tea Break

10:50am – 11:10am

Castaway: An IoT story that connects all the dots
– Alex Leung (Akamai)

11:10am – 11:30am

New Normal in Cloud Adoption and Interconnect Behavior after COVID-19
– Mike Ng (SUNeVision)

11:30am – 11:50am

(The Trouble of) Securing the Internet Routing
– Tashi Phuntsho (APNIC)

11:50am – 12:20pm

Taiwan Peering Scene 2.0
– William Lu (TWNOG)

12:20pm – 1:40pm

Lunch Break

1:40pm – 2:05pm

5G industrial edge computing
– Kinson Chan (eSix)

2:05pm – 2:30pm

IPv6+: A New Era of IP Networks for 5G and Cloud
– Zhenbin Li (Huawei)

2:30pm – 2:50pm

Data Center operations under COVID-19
– C K Tsui (Equinix)

2:50pm – 3:10pm

Observations on Internet traffic during COVID-19
– Danny Li (HKBN)

3:10pm – 3:25pm

Tea Break

3:25pm – 3:50pm

Netflow is dead? Long live the New Netflow
– C F Chui (Kentik)

3:50pm – 4:35pm

IX traffic under COVID-19
– Masataka Mawatari (JPIX) – Slide
– Kenneth Chan (HKIX) – Slide
– Katsuyasu Toyama (JPNAP) – Slide

4:35pm – 4:45pm

Peering Asia 4.0 update
– Katsuyasu Toyama (Peering Asia WG)

4:45pm – 5:00pm

HKIX Updates and Latest Development
– Kenneth Chan (HKIX)

5:00pm – 5:20pm

Hong Kong – The World’s Meeting Place
– Phoebe Shing & Maggie Au (HK Tourism Board)

5:20pm – 5:30pm

Closing by HKNOG
– Connie Chan (HKNOG)


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