Meetings

Plenary: ISACC40th
Date: April 16, 2009

The major theme of this plenary was Internet Evolution

The 40th Plenary of the ICT Standards Advisory Council of Canada (ISACC) was held on Thursday April 16th 2009 at the National Arts Centre, 53 Elgin Street, Ottawa, Ontario. The theme for this Plenary was "Internet Evolution".

Presentations were given by Yves Poppe - Tata Communications, Bill St. Arnaud - Canarie, Norm Ritchie - CIRA, Ken Nguyen - Treasury Board Secretariat, Glen Newton - National Research Council, Francois Menard - Xittel Inc., among others.

ISACC 40th Plenary - AGENDA

Item Title/Filename Presenter Organization
1.0 Opening and Welcome
2.0 Approval of Agenda and Minutes
ISACC-09-40000
ISACC-08-39001
ISACC Chair Jim MacFie
3.0 Internet Evolution
3.1 Opening Remarks Helen McDonald Industry Canada
3.2 Creating a Hyper-connected World: The IPv6 Factor
ISACC-09-40300
Yves Poppe Tata Communications
  Break
3.3 Building a Zero Carbon Internet
ISACC-09-40301
Bill St.Arnaud Canarie
3.4 Domain Name System (DNS)
ISACC-09-40310
Norm Ritchie CIRA CIO
3.5 IPv6 - Strategy Development for the Government of Canada
ISACC-09-40307
Ken Nguyen Treasury Board Secretariat
  Lunch
3.6 World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Standards for Industry and Governments
ISACC-09-40309
Glen Newton NRC
3.7 Net Neutrality vs Traffic Management Conundrum- Predictability verus Standardization
ISACC-09-40308
François Menard Xittel Inc.
4.0 Identity Management Working Group
ISACC-09-40302
ISACC-09-40303
Jim Macfie ISACC Chair
5.0 WTPF - World Telcom Policy Forum Overview
ISACC-09-40305
Bruce Gracie Industry Canada
6.0 WTSA Debriefing
ISACC-09-40306
Bruce Gracie Industry Canada
7.0 ISACC-09-40304 Jim Macfie ISACC Chair
8.0 Other Business, Next Meeting and Close of the 40th ISACC Plenary Jim Macfie ISACC Chair
  Draft Summary Record of the 40th Meeting
ISACC-09-40001
n/a ISACC

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