Guest Post: Community network projects being carried out in Thailand are providing rural households with broadband Internet for one twentieth of the cost of connection.
You have until 09:00 (UTC +7) on Monday, 27 February to vote online or appoint a proxy for the 2017 APNIC EC elections.
Guest Post: PNG has the potential to champion IPv6 deployment, particularly through its development initiatives and increasingly automated natural resource sector.
Geoff discusses how the DNS and root servers function and provides some suggestions for the infrastructure to continue to be robust, scalable and accurate.
Peering trends, traffic policing and the security issues with the Internet of (Maliciously Stupid Trash) Things among the topics of discussion at NANOG 69.
Voting for APNIC Executive Council representatives is a privilege of your Membership and one which only you can exercise.
Guest Post: Afghan fellowship awardee, Shamsullah Shams, shares his experience at SANOG 29 held in Pakistan last month.
Guest Post: Ulrich Speidel talks through the necessary validation checks to produce accurate results from the University of Auckland’s satellite Internet research.
The countdown to APRICOT 2017 is on. Check out the program and start scheduling the sessions you want to attend.
The South Asian Network Operators Group held their 29th conference – SANOG 29 – in Islamabad, Pakistan, from 23 to 30 January 2017.