Arbor Networks, the University of Michigan and Merit Network today announced that they will be presenting the ‘Internet Observatory Report‘ at NANOG47 in Dearborn, MI on October 19. The report is believed to be the largest study of global Internet traffic ever and was carried out over 2 years.
At the December 2007 Board of Trustees meeting held in Vancouver, ISOC presented plans for 2008 to 2010. Key to those plans were a series of new, longer term, more strategic activities which will replace the traditional ‘pillar’ model describing activities in Standards, Public Policy, and Education. The new initiatives will focus on ‘Enabling Access‘, ‘InterNetWorks‘, ‘Trust & Identity‘ and ‘Standards & Technology‘. Continue reading