Guest Post: The .nz Registry Services put its source address classifier to the test using machine learning to observe DNS resolvers.
Guest Post: Low-cost Internet via wireless mesh networks may be achievable using current established Internet resources to improve long-distance wireless communication.
APNIC participated at APAN 45 in Singapore from 25 to 29 March 2018.
APNIC Labs is partnering with Cloudflare for a joint research project relating to the operation of the DNS.
Guest Post: New research by NZRS provides more insight into how New Zealand’s .nz domains are secured.
Guest Post: The Network Operator Measurement Activity (NOMA) platform explores the possibility of making use of data within constituent networks for Internet health metrics measurements.
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: Researchers at Colorado State University are working on ways to detect international routing detours in near-real time using public measurement infrastructure.
Sofia Silva Berenguer previews her research comparing how Autonomous Systems interconnect in each of the five RIR regions and discusses how she became interested in Telematics.
I attended AINTEC 2016 recently and there were several presentations that stood out for me.