APNIC participated at Peering Asia 3.5v, held online on 12 November 2020.
The event welcomed 267 participants from 128 Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) to hear from speakers on peering-related topics including the Internet landscape in Mongolia, the Indonesian Internet landscape, ‘What is CONECT’, and Internet regulation in Korea.
- Tohid Naslpak gave an update on APNIC’s peering policies and Points of Presence for peering at the Peering Personals session.
- APNIC also provided Zoom support for the event.
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