The president of the Internet Protocol version Six (IPv6 Council, Nigeria) Mohammed Rudman has been slated to speak at the ITREALMS Webinar as part of the 2020 Digital Rights series.
The webinar to be hosted by the multiple international award-winning medium, ITREALMS Online, on Saturday, June 6, 2020 by 11am would be themed on “Role of IP in 5G v COVID-19 Debate”.
According to the Editor-in-chief of ITREALMS, Remmy Nweke, the date of the webinar was fixed to coincide with the commemoration of the World IPv6 Day, 2020, as part of the media house’s drive for education and enlightenment under its digital rights series.
Rudman said he would be speaking on ‘IPv6 Evolution and the 5G sub-theme’ at the Zoom Webinar scheduled for Saturday, June 6 (11am Nigerian time), with the meeting identification 748 9663 7846 and password 3ggKaz.
Rudman, who is reputed to have grown IXPN to an enviable position as number one in localising Internet traffic in Nigeria and by extension the West African region, is the CEO of the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) and president of the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), parades over 15 years’ experience in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
Nweke calls to mind that a collaborating organisation, DigitalSENSE Africa, has been leading this forte under the aegis of the Nigeria IPv6 Roundtable in commemoration of the World Internet Protocol Version Six (IPv6) Day, every June 6; to promote the adoption of IPv6 for the products and services as well as create awareness, especially in Nigeria.