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Kyrgyztelecom is one of the largest national telecommunications companies in Kyrgyzstan present in all segments of communication services. They provide communication services to government bodies and institutions, international organisations, embassies, telecom operators, financial and credit organisations, as well as other entities regardless of their form of ownership. Kyrgyztelecom provides services of local, long-distance and international telephone communications, data transmission, telegraph communications, rental of digital IPTV channels, Internet access, intelligent communication network, radio and digital television broadcasting.

Association of operators of Kyrgyzstan logo

Association of Legal Entities "Association of Telecom Operators" is an independent platform uniting different categories of telecommunication operators in Kyrgyzstan. Its purpose is to coordinate the activities of its members, represent and protect their common interests in the field of telecommunications, including in the implementation of telecommunication technologies in the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as promoting the development of the Internet in the country.

Association of Telecom Operators of Kyrgyzstan

Diamond Sponsor


Founded in 1992, the RIPE NCC is the oldest and largest of the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs).

  • As a not-for-profit membership organisation, it administers Internet number resources to more than 20,000 members in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia.
  • As an RIR, the RIPE NCC is governed by policies developed by the RIPE community via open, transparent and bottom-up processes.
  • As secretariat for the RIPE community, the RIPE NCC provides neutral platforms for community interaction to develop Internet number policies and to share experience and ideas.

The RIPE NCC also participates in Internet governance discussions, ensuring that the perspective and experience of the RIPE community is included in those discussions.

And the RIPE NCC maintains several technical elements vital to the Internet infrastructure on behalf of the wider Internet community, including the RIPE Database and K-root, one of 13 root name servers. With the support of thousands of community members around the world, the RIPE NCC is also building RIPE Atlas, the largest active Internet measurement platform.


Gold Sponsor


Piter-IX is a company operating a network of Internet Exchanges in Europe and Central Asia. It has more than 15 points of presence, from Frankfurt and Amsterdam in Europe, and to Bishkek in Asia. The route servers of Piter-IX support flexible routing policies, which are very convenient for both content generators and Internet service providers. All members can also establish direct BGP sessions to improve their connectivity. Members from other cities and countries can be connected to Piter-IX using a wide range of remote IX partners.


Silver Sponsor

IPv4Global logo

IPv4.Global provides a trusted marketplace for buying, selling, and leasing IP blocks. Transactions range from smaller blocks through our online platform to large private exchanges through our brokerage business. We operate across all Regional Internet Registries. IPv4.Global is dedicated to reliable, transparent service and publishes current and historical information for the transactions we serve. We have completed more transfers than anyone else in the world. Our experience gets results.
IPv4.Global is a division of Hilco Streambank.

IPv4.Global by Hilco Streambank

Bronze Sponsor

ISOC (Black Logo)

Founded by Internet pioneers, the Internet Society (ISOC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet. Working through a global community of chapters and members, the Internet Society collaborates with a broad range of groups to promote the technologies that keep the Internet safe and secure, and advocate for policies that enable universal access. The Internet Society is also the organisational home of the InternetEngineering Task Force (IETF).

Internet Society