We interview Onno Purbo who says education is the foundation for change in Indonesia, not the Internet or technology.
By Robbie Mitchell on 28 Aug 2015
Affan Basalamah introduces us to ITB, one of Indonesia’s top universities and how it has played a massive role in connecting the rest of Indonesia to the Internet.
APNIC recently participated at the fourth Singapore Network Operator’s Group (SGNOG 4) meeting from 18 to 21 August 2015.
Willy Sutrisno, Chair of IDNOG, shares his experience with establishing IDNOG and the future challenges that lay ahead for the group.
IPv4 transfers in Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific are increasing as demand for the limited resource grows.
Johar Alam Rangkuti shares his experience on establishing OpenIXP and how his mission to connect it to IXPs in neighbouring countries.
APNIC was again proud to sponsor and participate in MyNOG 5, held 17-20 August in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Sanjaya shares his experiences with establishing Indonesia’s first ISP and how the industry has progressed in leaps and bounds ever since.
As we count down to APNIC 40, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities of the Internet in Indonesia.
Visakhapatanam is working towards becoming India’s first Smart City. I recently visited the budding ICT hub to deliver seminars on increasing awareness of IPv6 and IT security.