APNIC’s long-standing engagement with the International Telecommunications Union is based on the shared goal to assist developing economies.
Even though the concept of a NOG is still new for many in Thailand, interest in the group has increased following their inaugural meeting less than six months ago.
APNIC participated at bdNOG 7 in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 18 to 22 November 2017.
APNIC was invited to participate in a workshop to establish a national CERT in Papua New Guinea.
The ISOC Fellowship to the IETF introduces representatives from a diverse range of fields to the growing need to consider IPv6 in their planning and decision-making processes.
Returning fellows from APNIC 44 share their thoughts on the benefits of the new fellowship category.
Guest Post: The recently formed Lanka Network Operators Group provides a platform for network operators in Sri Lanka to discuss operational issues and technologies.
Study meetings help non-technical people working in the Japanese communications industry to understand IPv6.
LEAs are important members of the APNIC community working towards a safer and more secure Internet.
You have until Monday, 30 October to apply for a fellowship to APRICOT 2018. Applications are open to residents of all South Asia and South East Asia economies.