LOS ANGELES – 9 April 2019 – Today, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) published the ICANN64 By the Numbers Report, which includes technical, demographic, and attendance statistics for the most recent ICANN Public Meeting in Kobe, Japan. The report summarizes the findings from ICANN's third Community Forum of the current meeting strategy. The report is part of ICANN's commitment to transparency and support for its multistakeholder model.
ICANN64 By the Numbers Report highlights include:
- 1,759 checked-in participants, with 721 listing their region as Asia/Australia/Pacific.
- 35% of attendees participated for the first time.
- 275 sessions were held for a total of 516 hours.
- 918 attendees logged into the schedule website and mobile platform.
- 10,938 gigabytes of data as network traffic.
- 24% of network traffic was IPv6 (14% increase from ICANN63 in Barcelona, Spain).
ICANN is committed to being responsive to the community's needs. Information from the data collected gives the ICANN organization greater insight into how to maximize attendee satisfaction and identify opportunities for improvement.
Click here to download the full ICANN64 By the Numbers Report [PDF, 6.95 MB].
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