Getting QUIC measurement right.
To what extent have these encrypted DNS technologies been taken up in the public Internet?
How extensively is QUIC being used on today’s Internet?
Agustin Formoso, from LACNIC R&D, has been looking at end user measurements for the LACNIC region using experiments in the browser recruited from website visits.
A new APNIC Labs tool is now available on the labs website, providing a visualization of the BGP peering relationships within a single economy, over IPv4 and IPv6.
A record 673 delegates attended RIPE 70 in Amsterdam from 11-15 May.
Recently an Australian radio program announced the total download for Australia in 2013 was 1.1 exabytes. Let’s unpack that.
APNIC’s George Michealson presented on the Labs IPv6 measurement activity at this event.
I attended AINTEC 2014 at Chiang Mai last week, and I was overwhelmingly impressed by the strong group of ICT specialists who are helping Internet technology deploy, and conducting world class research and development.
APNIC staff participated and presented at RIPE 69 in London, UK, from 3 to 7 November 2014.