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Apster Bulletin

Issue 21: 31 January 2013



APNIC celebrates SANOG's 10th anniversary

APNIC Director General Paul Wilson gave a keynote speech, "Internet governance and why operators should care", at the Opening Ceremony, and APNIC sponsored the SANOG 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner. The celebrations were part of SANOG 21 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh this week.

During the week, APNIC hosted several training tutorials and provided a live webcast from the event.


One month until APNIC 35

Register now for APNIC 35 and APRICOT 2013 - workshop spots are filling up fast! The event program features expert speakers, training sessions, and other immediately actionable content on Internet technologies and IPv6 deployment.

Check out our Singapore travel guide for tourist suggestions.

NZNOG 2013

NZNOG 2013

APNIC participated in NZNOG 2013 as part of our ongoing commitment to support network operator groups in the region.

During the week, APNIC staff gave Secretariat updates and training sessions. Have a look at APNIC Senior R&D Scientist George Michaelson's slides, Experiments in DNSSEC.

New training website

Check out our new home for APNIC Training! Browse our courses to find a face-to-face or eLearning session that will suit you, or check out the events calendar for upcoming course dates.

  • NEW: Follow the Training Unit on their blog!
  • NEW: Download free training materials and other resources from the Library!

Check back for regular updates and new courses. We hope to see you at an APNIC Training event soon!

2013 ISIF Asia Grants announced

Thanks to renewed financial support from IDRC, Sida, ISOC, Dot Asia, and APNIC, ISIF Asia will distribute AUD 330,000 to 11 projects in nine economies across the region in 2013! This is a significant increase from funding capabilities in previous years. As a member of the Seed Alliance, ISIF Asia programs benefit from a generous injection of funds from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

"Sida believes that new technology can serve as a tool to create innovative, effective solutions that can assist people living in poverty to improve their daily lives. The ISIF Asia grant winners of 2013 are clear examples of how this can be achieved," said Sida ICT4D Program Officer Ola Pettersson.

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