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?
APNIC are pleased to welcome our new Training Manager Kevin Meynell.
Every two years, APNIC conducts an extensive survey of the Asia Pacific Internet community to find out what it thinks of the services and support APNIC provides.In this year’s survey, more than 1,000 members of the community from 40 different economies provided feedback.
Projects that introduce, improve and apply Internet technology for the benefit of Asia Pacific communities may be eligible for financial support of up to AUD 30,000 through the ISIF Asia grants program.
APNIC and ICANN today signed an agreement to help improve the performance, availability and reliability of the Internet in the growing Asia Pacific region by deploying L-root server instances.
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I cannot write computer code and so do not understand the language(s) I am about to write about.
Yet, like everyone else in the Asia Pacific region, my life is …