PacNOG: Twelvth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop
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Twelvth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop

(Pacific Network Operators Group)

Date and Location

10 - 14 December 2012, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.



The Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG) would like to thank ITI for hosting PacNOG 12 and providing the training facilities for the workshops on the 11th to 14th December.

Thanks also to Telikom PNG for hosting and providing the venue for the conference on 10th December, and for providing the Internet access for the week.


PacNOG 12 Educational workshop and training is a continuation of capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the Pacific Islands.


Registration for PacNOG 12 is now closed. Thank you to all participants for registering promptly - the venue has reached capacity and we unfortunately cannot accommodate any more participants.

The latest participant information regarding hotel rooms, arrival information, conference and workshop venue, transportation, visa information, currency, local information, contacts, is now available.


The agenda for PacNOG 12 has now been published. The conference outline is below.

Day 1 (Monday, December 10th)

Day 2 (Tuesday) - Day 5 (Friday): Technical Workshops


The presentations will be posted on the completion of PacNOG 12. Please go into the detailed agenda for the conference and workshop sessions to download the presentation slides.

How to get to Papua New Guinea

Qantas, Virgin Australia, Airlines PNG and Air Nuigini have daily flights to Port Moresby.


PacNOG is grateful to the Internet Society for supporting the fellowship programme for PacNOG 12. Eight fellows from PNG, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Solomons, Fiji and New Zealand were supported by the programme.

More Information

For registrations and further information contact the PITA Manager.



PacNOG is made possible with the initial and ongoing support of many organisations with common interests in the development and stability of IP-ISP network, its operations, services and the capacities. We look forward to continuing support and also support from other interested organisations.

Kind support are from APNIC, Network Startup Resource Center, Team Cymru, Internet Society, ICANN, internetNZ, National Science Foundation, PITA, O'Reilly Media, University of Oregon; .


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