Viet Nam and Myanmar are the latest additions to the growing network of economies hosting APNIC-sponsored RIPE Atlas anchors in the Asia Pacific.
There isn’t one story to the IPv6 deployment timeline – it can be rapid or slow, bumpy or smooth – but it is ‘up and to the right’.
Guest Post: Tax breaks for local businesses deploying IPv6 and investing in IoT technologies in Viet Nam were discussed at the recent IPv6 and IoT conference in Hanoi.
VNCERT is building greater cybersecurity awareness as malware-class attacks affect 50% of Viet Nam’s 45+ million regular Internet users.
Thanks to everyone who attended APRICOT 2017 in Ho Chi Minh City – hope you enjoyed it!
In a government-led environment, Viet Nam’s Internet stakeholders are working together to grow the Internet in Viet Nam.
Discovering niche and investing in innovation enabled one of Viet Nam’s first ISPs to remain competitive in growing Vietnamese market.
Chu Thi Thanh Ha, chairperson and founding member of Viet Nam’s second largest ISP, reflects on the keys to FPTs success, which led to it being bestowed the title “Digital Transformer of the Year”.
Dr Mai Liem Truc, former Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, shares his fondest Internet experiences, including his announcement to the world that Viet Nam had officially connected to the Internet.
As we count down to APRICOT 2017, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities for the Internet in Viet Nam.