In a government-led environment, Viet Nam’s Internet stakeholders are working together to grow the Internet in Viet Nam.
Discovering niche and investing in innovation enabled one of Viet Nam’s first ISPs to remain competitive in growing Vietnamese market.
Momentum around IPv6 deployment in the Asia Pacific region is building: IPv6 is going mainstream.
Geoff Huston discusses the possible demise of transit services and the rise of content networking.
Learn how one of Sri Lanka’s original ISPs has evolved to stay ahead of the game and remain competitive.
Guest Post: Akimichi Ogawa tries to make sense of the oddity surrounding the Secrecy of Communications law in Japan.
Keith Davidson recounts how embracing the Internet helped him turn a regional NZ newspaper into a thriving online publisher and ISP.
Before IPv6 can ‘just work’ for Internet users, ISPs and software developers often have legacy technology challenges to overcome at the back end.
The IGF has released a best practice guide, filled with real world, community-driven experiences that provide practical strategies for IPv6 deployment.
Johar Alam Rangkuti shares his experience on establishing OpenIXP and how his mission to connect it to IXPs in neighbouring countries.