As Internet access and mobile device usage grows in Mongolia, the need to transition from IPv4 to IPv6 looms on the horizon.
A new report highlights the growing preference for mobile Internet among Thailand’s 38 million Internet users.
Afghanistan’s telecommunications sector is undergoing a rebirth and playing an important role in driving economic growth.
More than 101,000 people from 204 economies attended the 2016 GSMA Mobile World Congress, the largest turnout in the event’s 21-year history.
Let’s see what has changed in the past 12 months in addressing the Internet, and look at how IP address allocation information can inform us of the changing nature of the network itself.
New Year, new possibilities. We ask you for your predictions for 2016.
The mobile Internet is becoming more and more popular each year. Here are three of the most popular mobile Internet posts from 2015.
APNIC staff participated and presented at RIPE 71 meeting in Bucharest, Romania last week.
Having listened to Geoff Huston describe the future of the Internet as mobile, GGM seeks to make sense of some looming issues that surrounding such future.
APNIC participated in the ‘Enabling IPv6 in Mobile Networks’ workshop organized by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).