APNIC has launched its new Internet Directory, an upgrade of existing information services that have evolved over the years.
APNIC has recently adopted a product management framework to ‘improve the way we process Members’ and stakeholders’ problems, challenges and needs’.
APNIC has adopted a Product Management framework to improve the way we develop our current and future services.
My recent visit to iNOG was a great experience to see how NOGs on the other side of the world arrange their meetings and encourage networking.
The recent hackathon at iNOG provided a great environment to develop a prototype AS interdependence visualization (and eat stroopwaffles).
Twenty-four participants from eight different economies collaborated in the first APNIC Hackathon, with great results.
APNIC’s first Hackathon, currently happening at APRICOT 2018, is unearthing a range of novel, entertaining and informative IPv6 ideas.
A national RPKI awareness and deployment project being carried out in Colombia has so far increased the economy’s RPKI deployment to over 46%.
Multistakeholder concept prepares next generation of Internet leaders.
LACNIC’s first Hackathon awards tool that visualizes RPKI deployment of BGP neighbours.