Dawit Bekele, Directeur du Bureau regional pour l'Afrique de l'Internet Society, a declare : "L'AfPIF
a considerablement contribue a changer l'environnement de l'interconnexion en Afrique au cours des 10 dernieres annees.
AfPIF is an annual event that serves as a platform to develop the African Internet, and was created to address the fact that most of Africas local Internet traffic is exchanged outside the continent.
AfPIF has contributed considerably in changing the Interconnection environment in Africa over the last 10 years.
We are pleased to host AFPIF 2019 in Mauritius especially with the special privilege that this years event will coincide with the celebration of its 10 years of existence.
"We are pleased to host AfPIF 2019 in Mauritius especially with the special privilege that this year's event will coincide with the celebration of its 10 years of existence.
AFIX was established in 2012, joined the Internet exchange Federation (IX-F) in 2014, and now organizes the annual African Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF).
A unique regional forum, AfPIF facilitates discussions on infrastructure challenges, including terrestrial capacity issues, national and regional IXP development, local content development, and international peering.
AfPIF has established itself as a strategic event for conducting business in Africa, said Dawit Bekele, Internet Society Regional Bureau Director for Africa.