Professor Shian-Shyong Tseng provides an insight into the history of Taiwan’s Internet registry, TWNIC.
Thanks to everyone who attended APNIC 44 in Taichung, Taiwan – we hope you enjoyed it!
The recent APNIC 44 Workshops held in Taichung, Taiwan, attracted 78 participants from 20 economies, with the new technology of SDN proving to be of particular interest.
Huānyíng dàjiā – Welcome to APNIC 44. We hope you enjoy the conference.
One of Taiwan’s most recognisable global Internet pioneers, Kuo-Wei Wu, continues to campaign for a better Internet.
Hacker communities such as Taiwan’s HITCON GIRLS are encouraging more women to become involved in cybersecurity.
The concept of free Internet in Taiwan dates back to the creation of the economy’s first commercial ISP, HiNET.
Vincent Chen shares his experiences over the past 30 years including establishing Taiwan’s first Internet connection.
We build up to APNIC 44 with a series of articles on the host economy, Taiwan. Here we provide an overview of Taiwan’s achievements as an Internet and networking pioneer.
Guest Post: Taiwan held its first national Internet Peering Forum last month — Taiwan Peering Forum 2017 — with over 300 attendees.