Geoff Huston examines IP packet fragmentation in detail looking at the design choices made by IPv4 and IPv6.
APNIC was invited to attend the ‘Forum on Internet of Things in Smart Sustainable Cities: A New Age of Smarter Living’, held in Singapore, Monday 18 January 2016.
Adam Gosling reports on ITU’s recent ‘Forum on Internet of Things in Smart Sustainable Cities: A New Age of Smarter Living’, held in Singapore.
Three-day Introduction to MPLS workshop, 18 to 20 April, in Selangor, Malaysia.
Let’s see what has changed in the past 12 months in addressing the Internet, and look at how IP address allocation information can inform us of the changing nature of the network itself.
The APNIC Training team had a busy year in 2015 delivering 77 courses to 2,194 people in 23 economies in the Asia Pacific.
Before IPv6 can ‘just work’ for Internet users, ISPs and software developers often have legacy technology challenges to overcome at the back end.
New Year, new possibilities. We ask you for your predictions for 2016.
The deadline to submit policy proposals to be discussed at APNIC 41 in Auckland, New Zealand is Friday, 15 January 2016.
Last month, the APNIC training team had the unique task of training the entire IT workforce of the South Pacific Island nation of Niue.