Since early 2017, IPv6 capability in Thailand has increased from around 2% to 30% thanks largely to the efforts of two of the economy’s largest ISPs.
Guest Post: Community networks offer a solution to help connect the unconnected billions.
Thanks to everyone who attended APNIC 48 in Chiang Mai, Thailand – we hope you enjoyed it!
Welcome to APNIC 48! We hope you enjoy the conference.
An update on trends in resource delegation in APNIC’s South East Asia sub-region.
Morragot Kulatumyotin’s 24-year career has seen her involved in research, high-level management, and now Chair of the Thai ISP Association (TISPA).
Kanchana Kanchanasut helped establish the Internet in Thailand and continues working to connect communities.
Maps are widely used in our lives and for good reason: they tell us where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going.
Pensri Arunwatanamongkol and her colleagues have spent almost 20 years developing and promoting the use of Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) in Thailand.
Get to know the APNIC 48 host economy a little better as we look back on the history of the Internet in Thailand.