Study meetings help non-technical people working in the Japanese communications industry to understand IPv6.
APNIC proudly supported and participated at the inaugural Peering Asia 1.0, held from 1 to 2 November in Kyoto, Japan.
The 40th Japan Network Operators Group meeting – JANOG 40 – was held from 26 to 28 July in Fukushima, Japan.
JPRS’ Hiro Hotta was recognised for his significant contribution to the Internet community at ICANN 59 last month.
There isn’t one story to the IPv6 deployment timeline – it can be rapid or slow, bumpy or smooth – but it is ‘up and to the right’.
Guest Post: TechGIRL founder and organizer, Hiroko Kamata, shares how the event began and her tips for creating events for female engineers to share experiences.
Guest Post: TechGIRL is a relaxing and fun event in Japan for women and men to share technical and work life experiences with others in the tech community.
Guest Post: Learn about the peering characteristics of Japan Internet Exchange.
Guest Post: Recent announcements made by three leading mobile carriers suggest Japan’s IPv6 capabilities are set to increase in 2017.
Guest Post: The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center Japan share details of their new interactive cybersecurity training, CyberQuest, which allows participants to experience simulated cyber attacks.