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ICANN 发布《ICANN63 数据分类报告》


洛杉矶——2018 年 11 月 28 日——互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN) 于今天发布了《ICANN63 数据分类报告》,其中囊括了最近在西班牙巴塞罗那 (Barcelona, Spain) 召开的 ICANN 公共会议的技术、人员构成和参会统计数据。本报告总结了在当前会议战略下召开的第三届 ICANN 年度大会中的各种统计结果。这份报告从属于 ICANN 致力于提高透明度、支持其多利益相关方模型的工作。

《ICANN63 数据分类报告》重点提到了:

  • 2,639 名注册参会人员,其中 1,440 人来自欧洲地区
  • 41% 的参会人是首次参会。
  • 共举办了 338 场会议,总时长高达 596.5 小时。
  • 共 1,073 名参会人登录了会议日程网页和移动应用程序平台。
  • 网络数据流量达到 13,665 GB。
  • 10% 的网络流量来自 IPv6(相比 ICANN62 巴拿马共和国巴拿马城会议时,该流量仅为 1%)。

ICANN 致力于积极回应社群的需求。搜集这类数据信息使得 ICANN 组织能够更好地理解如何实现参会人满意度最大化,并找到需要改进的领域。

请点击此处下载完整的《ICANN63 数据分类报告》[PDF, 6.73 MB]。


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