ICANN published the ICANN61 By the Numbers report, which includes technical, demographic, and attendance statistics. This report summarizes our findings from ICANN‘s third Community Forum of the new meeting strategy. This report is part of ICANN‘s commitment to transparency.
By the Numbers Report highlights include:
- 1,565 checked-in participants, with 604 listing their region as North America
- 36% of attendees participating for the first time
- 342 sessions held, for a total of 630.5 hours
- 167,907 schedule platform page views, a 198% increase from ICANN60 Abu Dhabi
- 11,106 gigabytes of data as network traffic
- 14% of network traffic was Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), a 1% increase from ICANN60 Abu Dhabi
Our goal is to improve on the statistics we collect, and to look for trends by comparing meeting data over time. Learning about trends gives us greater insights into how we are meeting the needs of attendees, and informs the kinds of changes we need to make.
Click here to download the full ICANN61 by the Numbers Report [PDF, 6.26 MB].
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