Performance is sometimes used as a reason not to deploy IPv6. Here’s the results of large scale measurement of IPv4 and IPv6 performance – you be the judge.
Having listened to Geoff Huston describe the future of the Internet as mobile, GGM seeks to make sense of some looming issues that surrounding such future.
APNIC staff were active participants at the 2015 IGF in João Pessoa, Brazil.
APNIC’s Policy team has been busy consolidating previous APNIC resource policy documentation into a single, easy-to-use document.
Tuvalu Telecom and Federated States of Micronesia Telecom have signed a core network co-sharing agreement to benefit their customers and improve their services.
APNIC recently participated at the 94th Internet Engineering Task Force meeting (IETF 94), held from 1 to 6 November 2015 in Yokohama, Japan.
Nurul Islam and Dinesh Bakthavatchalam joined local and regional Internet experts at the recent BdNOG 4 in Sreemangal, Bangladesh, last week.
APNIC recently travelled to the Maldives to learn about their Internet challenges and meet the next generation of network operators.
Are software engineers really engineers? Byron takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the ‘for’ and ‘against’ arguments.
APNIC played an active role at the recent Cyber Security Week 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka.