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IPV6 Council Nigeria, ATCON to lead discussions on IPv6 migration



L-r: Chairman, IPv6 Council Nigeria Muhammed Rudman and President ATCON, Engr Ikechukwu Nnamani (Photo Credit:

The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) and IPv6 Council Nigeria have announced their first (joint) Webinar on the state of IPv6 deployment in Nigeria slated to hold on Thursday, April 8, 2021 by 10am.

The theme of the Webinar is National IPv6 Migration: Challenges and Prospects for the Nigerian/Africa Digital Transformation”.

The webinar is a veritable platform to discuss the strategic role that IPv6 would play in the implementation of the Nigerian National Broadband Plan (NNBP) 2020-2025 and its role in actualizing the Digital Economy and ensuring National Security given the impact on IoTs, Smart City and other related technologies like AI, ML, and financial technologies.

The effective implementation and associated benefits of 5G is hinged on the deployment of IPv6.

Some of the highly revered industry experts that are expected to deliver keynote address and lead discussions at the webinar are as follows; Prof Latif Ladid, President, International IPv6 Forum and Chair IPv6 EU Working Group; Prof Umar Garba Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) and Ms Funke Opeke, Managing Director/CEO, MainOne.

Panel discussants are made up of industry players representing various segment of the sector.

The President ATCON/Co-Host, Engr Ikechukwu Nnamani and the Chairman, IPv6 Council Nigeria/ Co-Host, Muhammed Rudman, in a joint statement, said that the urgent for migrate is long overdue hence both government agencies and industry players that are operating within the space of telecoms and ICT in Nigeria need to come up with policies and programmes that would ensure adequate investment is directed for its deployment.

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The driving force of this collaboration is that the Nigerian ICT sector can no longer continue to take the back seat and miss the prospects and opportunities offered by the global ICT industry.

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