Internet Society Nigeria Holds Internet Conference and Workshops in Lagos

Media Rights Agenda
By Media Rights Agenda October 16, 2019 12:27 Updated
Andrew Sullivan, President, Chief Executive Officer, ISOC

Andrew Sullivan, President, Chief Executive Officer, ISOC

The Internet Society (ISOC) Nigeria will from October 28 to November 1, 2019 bring together Internet Service Providers, Data Centre Operators, Infrastructure Companies, and Content Distribution Network operators in Lagos from for the annual ngNOG (Nigerian Network Operators Group) Conference and Workshops

The Conference which has become a two-day affair, will feature technical presentations, tutorials, industry reports and opportunities for participants to network with key stakeholders in the global Internet industry.

There will be rich discussion panels to thrash out many of Nigeria’s broadband issues and to learn about the moves being made by key players in the Nigerian Internet space.

Big names in the internet business including Facebook, Google, Netflix, Layer3 Cloud, MainOne, Medallion Communications, Rack Centre, WIOCC, Meed Networks and others will participating at the Conference. The full list of companies that have confirmed that they will be participating in the Conference are available online and can be accessed at https://nog.ng/attendee-list/.

For another three days there will be technical hands-on workshops – an inexpensive way to train network engineers and get them connected to a community of network operators that are happy to share their knowledge.

The Conference is free and to register to attend, interested persons should visit the registration link: nog.ng/conference.

There will also be opportunities to meet up with other Internet Society (ISOC) Nigeria Chapter members.

Media Rights Agenda
By Media Rights Agenda October 16, 2019 12:27 Updated
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