Che-Hoo Cheng, Jamie Gillespie, Warren Finch and Dave Phelan participated at APAN 51, held online from 1 to 5 February 2021.
APNIC participated in APAN 50, held online from 3 to 7 August 2020.
The origin of the Internet for Australia echos that of many economies and is a story of a collective and communal effort.
APNIC participated at the 46th Asia Pacific Advanced Network meeting (APAN 46) in Auckland, New Zealand from 5 to 9 August 2018.
The Lanka National Research and Education Network (LEARN) held its first network security workshop to develop the capacity of its members.
Collaboration between National Research and Education Networks is key to the expansion of the popular eduroam network in the Asia Pacific.
Internet pioneer Professor Brian Carpenter will present on his recent research in autonomic network management at APAN 46 in Auckland, New Zealand, from 5 to 9 August.
Guest Post: Community-centric networks are playing a part in reducing costs and increasing Internet accessibility in developing economies like Nigeria.
Guest Post: Users are never going to be tolerant of service outages, but with good communication and processes, network operators can get more time to fix problems that arise.
Discover how Australia’s Academic and Research Network is helping scientists transfer increasingly larger data flows.