Three of the best: Geoff Huston

By on 28 Dec 2021

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As 2021 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, starting with development.

APNIC’s Chief Scientist, Geoff Huston, has made a career out of researching and measuring how the Internet works and sharing strong opinions on how it could work better. In 2021, Geoff delivered several insightful posts.

  1. BGP in 2020 – The BGP Table — Geoff Huston analyses recent and historical BGP routing table growth and forecasts IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing table growth for the next five years.
  2. IPv6 in 2020 — Did the COVID-19 pandemic have any impact on the deployment and use of IPv6?
  3. The Internet of Trash — Who will take responsibility for managing security vulnerabilities in Internet-connected devices?

Stay subscribed to catch Geoff’s year in review posts in 2022 and post your favourite Geoff Huston post below in the comments.

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  1. Dan Fidler Post author

    Hi Nkosana, you can subscribe top right of this page or via the blog’s front page:

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