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InternetNZ invites techies to talk UFB

29 May 2012

Advocacy group InternetNZ is inviting technical experts with an interest in the Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) network to attend a special one-day conference focusing on the finer points of the technology.

Due to take place the day before the same organisation’s broad-spectrum NetHui 2012 conference, the Internet Technical Architecture Conference (inTAC) will feature a keynote address from an international expert on top of a series of facilitated discussion sessions.

Discussion topics will be finalised in consultation with participants prior to the conference. The current agenda offers topics like ‘connectivity vs content’ and ‘keeping local traffic local – peering and interconnect’.

inTAC will take place on Tuesday July 10, and will cost $60 to attend. Go here for more.

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