NIR SIG Charter
The charter of the NIR SIG is to share information relating to the operations, policies, and procedures of National Internet Registries with the aim of promoting close cooperation both among the NIRs and with the APNIC Secretariat.
About the Chair
|Tenure||October 2016 – September 2018|
Shyam Nair, a Post Graduate from Delhi University working with Sify Technologies one of the leading Telecom Company in India. Shyam played a key role in India for the proliferation of Internet and also in the role of advocacy for the Internet Governance as Vice Chair Internet Society Delhi Chapter.
Shyam is holding the position of Secretary General with Internet Service Providers Association in India and have been instrumental in the formation of National Internet Exchange of India with more than 15 Years of experience in the field of Internet and policy matters.
Shyam is a skilled communicator, able to maintain cultural sensitivity, establish rapport with members of diverse groups and promote team cohesiveness.
About the Co-Chairs
|Tenure||August 2013 – September 2017|
|Biography||Ajai works for Mumbai IX, a private Internet Exchange in India where he joined after serving more than 12 years with the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) in 2004. Ajai has been involved in BGP peering for eight years and IP addressing, including network operations experience. As Manager at NIXI, he was responsible for setting up Internet Exchange points in India and running the Indian NIR, IRINN.|
|Tenure||September 2015 – September 2017|
Zhen Yu joined China Internet Network Information Center(CNNIC) in 2011. He is currently the IP Operations Manager, responsible for IP service, membership development and conference &training program. He’s been making a lot of efforts to make CNNIC IP Conference more active and become a well-known platform for information exchange, experience sharing and project cooperation among local operators, ISPs and relevant corporations in China.
Before joined CNNIC, Zhen Yu had worked for a well-known vendor and an IPv6 solution provider in China for over 10 years, involved in many IPv6 related events and projects.
- There are no open action items.
Closed action items
|Future of NIR SIG: Reached consensus in NIR SIG at APNIC 37 to keep the session as a SIG format. Soon after this, authors withdrew the proposal.||Closed|
|nir-36-001||The APNIC EC and Secretariat will liaise with the authors of this proposal for further discussion and to clarify the implementation for this change.||Completed|
|nir-25-001||Pending approval at each remaining stage of the policy proposal process, APNIC Secretariat to implement proposal prop-054-v001, “Operational policies for National Internet Registries in the APNIC region”.||Completed|
|nir-19-002||The APNIC Secretariat to post APNIC financial information related to per address fees to the NIR SIG mailing list. The NIR fees WG will then use the information to further develop a proposal for more equitable IPv6 fees for NIRs.||Completed|
|nir-18-002||Secretariat to call for volunteers of a new working group to review the NIR fee structure.||Completed|
|nir-18-001||Pending approval at each remaining stage of the policy proposal process, Secretariat to implement this proposal (prop-022).||Completed|