Date and Location
30 November - 4 December, Guam
The Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG) would like to thank
University of Guam
for hosting this event.
PacNOG 18 Educational workshop and training is a continuation of
capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the
The PacNOG Coordinators are delighted that PacNOG 18 will combine
with APNIC's Regional Meeting in Guam to offer a one day conference
for the Internet operations community and APNIC members in
Registration for PacNOG 18 is now open.
The participant information regarding
hotel rooms, arrival information, conference and workshop venue,
transportation, visa information, currency, local information,
contacts, etc has now been published.
PacNOG 18 will be held in Guam. The Conference is at the Hyatt
Regency in Tumon, with the workshops being held at the Calvo
Fieldhouse, University of Guam.
The draft agenda for PacNOG 18 is now
available. The conference outline is below.
Day 1 (Monday, 30th November)
- Morning: Plenary Conference & APNIC Regional Meeting
- Afternoon: Plenary Conference & APNIC Regional Meeting
- Venue: Hyatt Regency, 1155 Pale San Vitores Road, Tumon
Day 2 (Tuesday) - Day 5 (Friday): Technical Workshops
The presentations are now available on the Agenda page.
How to get to Guam
Most major US carriers fly to Guam. There are also good connections
from Japan, Korea and Philippines.
Note that the immigration requirements for Guam are similar to the
requirements to enter the United States of America. Consult the
participant information for more details.
For further information please contact the
- PacNOG main web site
- PacNOG 1, PacNOG 2, PacNOG 3, PacNOG 4, PacNOG 5, PacNOG 6, PacNOG 7, PacNOG 8, PacNOG 9, PacNOG 10, PacNOG 11, PacNOG 12, PacNOG 13, PacNOG 14, PacNOG 15, PacNOG 16 and PacNOG 17 workshop web sites.
- Subscribe to the PacNOG mailing list
- Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA)
- Network Startup Resource Center
PacNOG is made possible with the ongoing support of many
organisations with common interests in the development and
stability of the Internet network infrastructure, operations, services
and performance. We are always interested in expressions of
interest of support from other organisations who share our desire
to improve the Internet in the Pacific.
Organisations who wish to support this or future PacNOG meetings
should please contact the PITA Manager.
We'd like to acknowledge the generous support of APNIC,
Network Startup Resource Center, ICANN, National Science
Foundation, O'Reilly Media and University of Oregon.