APNIC participated at the fourth Bangladesh Network Operators Group (BdNOG 4) in Sreemangal, Bangladesh, from 10 to 15 November 2015.
BdNOG is a forum for Bangladeshi network operators and engineers to share operational experience with the aim of harnessing local ICT talent and building a better Internet in Bangladesh. It holds two conferences a year, including technical workshops, in various locations around Bangladesh.
The second of BdNOG’s 2015 meetings, BdNOG 4, welcomed 104 attendees and featured a range of local and regional experts, including keynote speaker, Dr. Khondkar Siddique-e-Rabbani from the University of Dhaka. Dr Rabbani presented on “Potential of indigenously developed IT enabled Medical Equipment and Telemedicine: in the light of Bangladesh experience“. He is also an ISIF Asia grant recipient for his creative work in the field of telemedicine technology.
APNIC activities included:
- Dinesh Bakthavatchalam presented on APNIC’s service improvements for 2015, including: new initiatives such as whois data quality improvements; new features in MyAPNIC; and VizAS, a tool created by APNIC Labs to visualize both IPv4 and IPv6 BGP peering relationships.
- Dinesh met with Members to answer IP address and membership queries, and help Members create ROAs to validate their BGP announcements.
- Nurul Islam helped deliver the MPLS workshop to 39 participants, from 11 to 14 November 2015.
BdNOG 5 will be held from 5 to 9 April 2016 in Gazipur, with BdNOG 6 being held with APNIC 42 from 29 September to 6 October 2016 in Dhaka.
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Kindly provide me some information regarding India’s Domain Name Application. is it possible to search any web page in Devnagari Lipi or any indian Language.
Thanks for your question.
Please note that APNIC deals with Internet resources namely IP addresses and AS numbers. We are not involved in domain name registration.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has delegated IDN in seven Indian Languages to NIXI including .Bharat in Devanagari.
Please click on the below link for more information and contact details of NIXI.