The top three posts on Internet of Things topics from 2016.
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts on several presentations that caught his eye at the recent North America Network Operators Group meeting.
Outcomes from the fourth and final Asia Pacific Telecommunity (APT) preparatory meeting for the ITU’s WTSA 16 included changes to three existing Resolutions and three new proposed Resolutions.
The ISIF Asia Awards acknowledge the important contributions Internet technology innovators have made to the Asia Pacific region through creative solutions.
APNIC staff attended GSMA’s 2016 Mobile World Congress held in Shanghai, China.
Guest Post: Shane Kerr from Beijing Internet Institute looks at the basic approaches to scaling and how these apply to the fundamental technologies on the Internet.
APNIC participated at CommunicAsia 2016 from 31 May to 3 June 2016, and welcomed a number of Members to the booth to discuss their IP address and membership queries.
IoT discussions are increasingly focused on application-level standards, exploring how IoT devices can exploit secure reliable byte streams to communicate their capabilities and command/control logic.
The Internet of Things without the Internet is just things. So, what does the Internet bring to things to justify a capital T?
‘Things’ in today’s Internet are not reliant on an IPv6 network, but that won’t always be the case.