The Board of the APNIC Foundation held its second annual meeting in Singapore in May.
Network operators, PNG CERT and PNG IXP benefitted from an intensive technical capacity building project ahead of the recently concluded APEC Summit in Port Moresby.
APNIC is playing a role in coordinating cybersecurity activities in the Pacific to maximize the benefit to the Internet community.
New grant aims to fund support for the development of national CERTs in the Pacific.
At a recent workshop for for ASEAN Government Agencies, Singapore and Vietnam outlined their ongoing strategy for deploying IPv6.
The ISIF Asia grant programs are a great opportunity to secure funding for innovative Internet technology projects solving local and regional issues .
APNIC is pleased to welcome a new trainer, Bei (Jessica) Wei.
A major new report has confirmed rapid and impressive growth of mobile phones and the Internet in the Pacific region.
The underlying concept of Universal Service is to ensure that telecommunications services are accessible to the widest number of people (and communities) at affordable prices
There are three types of network engineers: “…the clued in engineers, the engineers who want more clue but are stuck, and the clueless engineers.” What makes a clued in engineer?