G’day! Welcome to APRICOT 2020, held in Australia’s most liveable city, Melbourne.
The origin of the Internet for Australia echos that of many economies and is a story of a collective and communal effort.
Thanks to a small number of advocates who have dedicated their careers to fighting for ‘universal’ or inclusive design, technology has removed barriers to equality and participation for many people with a disability.
Former ICANN CEO, Paul Twomey, recounts how three maps helped shaped the future of the Internet and its governance.
Tech Girls Are Superheroes promotes positive female STEM role models and raises awareness of technology careers options for girls.
As we count down to APRICOT 2020, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities of the Internet in Australia.
APNIC participated and supported SANOG 35 in Karachi, Pakistan, from 20 to 25 January 2020.
APNIC continued to plays an active role in promoting the development of the Internet in the Asia Pacific region in 2019.
IPv6 adoption passed 25% in 2019 as more networks continue to deploy IPv6.
Here are three of our best thought provoking long reads from 2019 for your holiday break.