Jack Zhuang of Convergineering awarded the ARIN Fellowship. As the only Canadian to be granted the fellowship, Jack will have access to and influence on Internet Number resource policy, specifically as it relates to the IPV4 to IPv6 transition. For those who are unaware, the IPv4 address pool is now depleted and a new Internet numbering system, IPv6 will take its place. Note: IPv6 will not be backwards compatible to IPv4.
See IPv4/IPv6: The Bottom Line. What’s your strategy?
ARIN, American Registry for Internet Numbers, provides services related to the technical coordination and management of internet number resources and policy for the regions of Canada, most of the Caribbean and the United States.