Welcome to NANOG on the Road attendees

Los Nettos and NANOG welcome NANOG on the Road attendees in Los Angeles on May 20, 2014 at the USC Radisson Midtown located on the east side of Figueroa across from the University Park Campus of the University of Southern California.
The Los Angeles NANOG on the Road agenda is posted here . This is an opportunity for network operators, researchers, and students to learn a little about Internet governance, trends in networking, and to see what is going on in the network research area.
Registration for the day long event is free, however registration is required. If you are planning on attending and haven’t already registered, please go to registration page and do so.
If you have any questions, please send them to notr-support@nanog.org.
For those driving to the event, there is $10 parking behind the hotel, you can pick up your parking pass at either the valet station in front of the hotel or from the parking attendant located to the north of the hotel.
There are two Metro Expo stations within walking distance to the hotel.  Expo/Jefferson and Expo/USC.  Head towards Figueroa from either location. See System maps for more info. If you are coming from downtown Los Angeles, you can also use the F Dash bus route which has stops across from the hotel (see route map).
For attendees coming to Los Angeles from other locations with a little time to spare, the USC Radisson is conveniently located near Exposition Park, which contains the California Science Center (including IMAX), the Natural History Museum, and the California African American Museum.  On  the USC campus there is the USC Fischer Museum of Art and exhibits at the Doheny Library including “Collecting the Cosmos”.
About NANOG on the Road Series:
The purpose of the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) is to provide forums in the North American region for education and the sharing of knowledge for the Internet operations community. The NANOG on the Road meeting series is bringing the NANOG meeting experience to targeted cities in support of NANOG’s mission to make the Internet better through a variety of meetings and publications.
About Los Nettos:
Los Nettos operates a private regional network in the greater Los Angeles area. From its founding in 1988, Los Nettos has been guided by the principles of leading internet researchers to provide redundant and reliable network bandwidth to its members, with no oversubscription of circuits, rich peering to Research and Education networks as well as to commercial networks, and support of advanced services as dictated by its members.
About NANOG:
The North American Network Operators Group or NANOG, is the professional association for Internet engineering and architecture. Our core focus is on the technologies and systems that make the Internet function: core routing and switching; Internet inter-domain routing; the domain name system; peering and interconnection; and Internet core security. We also cover associated areas with a direct impact on Internet architecture such as data centers and optical networking.
NANOG is a membership organization organized as an 501(c)3 non-profit.
Our members are typically drawn from the core engineering and product staffs of the major North American carriers, content providers, hosting and cloud companies, multi-tenant data centers, and interconnection service providers. NANOG is governed by the NANOG Board of Directors, elected by the membership, every two years.
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