The ISIF Asia grants program is a great opportunity to secure funding for innovative Internet projects solving local and regional issues.
Guest Post: Murdoch University’s Sebastian Zander and Xuequn Wang discuss their research on IPv6 progress in Australia and China, asking what can be done to accelerate deployment.
The APNIC Foundation presented on cybersecurity capacity building at the recent Stockhom Internet Forum in Stockholm, Sweden from 15 to 17 May 2017.
Two members of Tonga’s recently formed CERT.to visited APNIC and CERT Australia as part of a study tour.
Guest Post: Ulrich Speidel talks through the necessary validation checks to produce accurate results from the University of Auckland’s satellite Internet research.
Guest Post: The new Hawaiki Cable is set to become the region’s fastest international digital connection and is expected to improve interconnectivity in the region.
Guest Post: Mary Rose Ofianga-Rontal looks at the challenges facing her homeland as it seeks to improve social services through ICT.
Two exceptional projects using Internet technologies have been awarded the 2016 ISIF Asia awards.
Guest Post: Simple IoT solutions can protect both lives and livelihoods in Sri Lanka.
This year ISIF Asia will award its largest ever grants pool, across four categories, to support research, development and adoption of Internet technologies for the benefit of the Asia Pacific.