Guest Post: Access to the Internet and communication technology is creating new opportunities and challenges in rural Papua New Guinea.
APNIC and RIPE NCC have collaborated to test prototype signer/validator implementations of a specification, which allows clients to verify that certified resource holders have authorized the creation of an RPSL object.
Guest Post: Maintaining and improving user experience will be vital to the success of IPv6.
APNIC participated at ARIN 37, held recently in Montego Bay, Jamaica, from 17 to 20 April 2016.
Should the IETF’s SIDR working group conclude with the emergence of BGPSEC? George Michaelson thinks so.
Guest Post: Over 20 people attended the first ever training event held by APNIC in Afghanistan – a tutorial on the fundamental technical networking aspects of the Internet.
Guest Post: Mainland China’s 1st IXP, CHN-IX, will officially launch today at an event in Beijing.
Guest Post: VNNIC is working with Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Information and Communications to play a more active role in promoting IPv6.
Guest Post: New Zealand’s recent Independent Review of Intelligence and Security makes some recommendations that should be of interest to the global Internet community.
APNIC participated at the DNS-OARC 24 workshop and IETF 95 meeting held back-to-back from 31 March to 8 April in Buenos Aires, Argentina.