As 2018 draws to a close, the APNIC Blog will feature a series called ‘Three of the best’, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
The Internet technical community of the Asia Pacific, and further afield, continued to make an incredible contribution to the APNIC Blog in 2018, with more than 100 individual guest bloggers contributing an incredible 150 posts!
Below are three of the most popular guest blog posts in 2018:
- Do we really need a new BGP? — Russ White seeks to make sense of the calls to replace the Border Gateway Protocol.
- Measuring QUIC vs TCP on mobile and desktop — Google’s QUIC protocol has certainly taken the Internet by storm. But how well does it really stack up against the tried and tested TCP? Arash Molavi Kakhki shares the results of his team’s study looking at page load time and performance on mobiles.
- Passive observations of a large DNS service — Wouter de Vries shares the results of his team’s 2.5 year study on Google’s 22.214.171.124 DNS service.
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