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Contact usTo contact the IPv6 for e-Business Consortium please email the Executive Director ISOC-AU, ed(at)isoc-au.org.au [please replace (at) with @ - this prevents address harvesting by spammers].
The IPv6 for e-Business Consortium consists of the organisations:
- Internet Society of Australia
(ISOC-AU), is a non-profit society founded in 1996 which promotes Internet
development in Australia, and is a chapter of the global Internet Society. It
will provide: project management, Internet technical expertise, IPv6
promotional information resources, and IPv6 Forum Downunder activities.
- au Domain Administration (auDA),
is the Australian policy authority and industry self-regulatory body for the .au
domain name space. It will provide the project with information and development
of some elements of the appropriate DNS Infrastructure for IPv6 usage and
access to a test bed within the IPv6-ready .au registry.
- Australian Electrical and Electronic
Manufacturers Association (AEEMA), is the leading industry body
representing Australia's information and communication technology electronics
and electrical manufacturing industries.AEEMA will provide financial
oversight and industry linkages, especially SMEs. (AEEMA is now part of the
- Australian Defence Information
and Electronic Systems Association (ADIESA), is a forum of AEEMA, with a
mission to achieve Defence and industry capabilities in information and
electronic systems. ADIESA consists of high technology companies providing C4I
solutions to the Australian Defence Force and to offshore markets.
- BuildersNet Pty Ltd (BNet), is a group of 'hands on' building, quality and educational professionals who have specialised for 10 years in electronic delivery of information tools to the construction industry. BuildersNet will provide access for project trials to a wide variety of sectorial representatives, from major developers to SMEs.
Dr Kate Lance
Internet Society of Australia
The IPv6 for e-Business project is supported by the Australian Government through the Information Technology Online (ITOL) Program of the Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts.