A new edition of WALC just ended in Bolivia in recent days during which
more than 160 technicians from 15 countries in the region received training.
The 13th Workshop on Internet Networks Technologies for Latin America
and the Caribbean (WALC 2010), took place in Santa Cruz de la Sierra,
Bolivia, from 11 to 15 October, organized as is traditional by ESLARED
and hosted by the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra.
Participants from Bolivia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador,
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic,
Argentina, Uruguay and Venezuela, attended technical workshops focused
on issues such as: Wireless Networks broadband data transmission: WiFi
and WiMAX, Deployment of IPv6, Network Management, Advanced Routing and
Multicast, IP Telephony, and Information Security, led by
internationally recognized instructors from the region and outside the
LACNIC is proud to be part of WALC since its inception and congratulates
ESLARED for leading this initiative for the development of Internet in
Latin America and the Caribbean.