AIS Fibre has become Thailand’s first ISP to transition to dual-stack IPv6 / IPv4 for fixed broadband.
As Internet access and mobile device usage grows in Mongolia, the need to transition from IPv4 to IPv6 looms on the horizon.
A new report highlights the growing preference for mobile Internet among Thailand’s 38 million Internet users.
Afghanistan’s telecommunications sector is undergoing a rebirth and playing an important role in driving economic growth.
Duncan Macintosh attended and presented on the critical need for IPv6 deployment for business continuity at the ITU Asia Pacific Regional Development Forum in Bangkok on 21-22 August 2015
Sanjaya shares his experiences with establishing Indonesia’s first ISP and how the industry has progressed in leaps and bounds ever since.
For the fifth time, APNIC has supported the ITU and the Asia-Pacific Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Broadband Access on IPv6 capacity building by delivering a series of intensive and hands-on workshops on IPv6.
Continual upgrades in devices and infrastructure gives mobile advantage over broadband in IPv6.
A major new report has confirmed rapid and impressive growth of mobile phones and the Internet in the Pacific region.
Wednesday morning kicked off with a session discussing the mobile Internet future.