APNIC signs two new MoUs
APNIC signed MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) agreements with AUSNOG and NZNOG.
APNIC has announced the signing of two new MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) agreements. One with AUSNOG (Australian Network Operators Group), the other with NZNOG (New Zealand Operators Group).
In the agreements, the organizations committed to collectively work together, share information, and facilitate the development of the Internet in Australia and New Zealand.
"I would personally like to thank both AusNOG and NZNOG for their willingness to extend their cooperation by signing the MoU with APNIC," said Srinivas (Sunny) Chendi, External Relations Manager, APNIC.
"It is a great achievement for APNIC to coordinate its efforts for the benefit and development of the Internet in the Asia Pacific region. APNIC is open to extending such coordination to other organizations, especially those engaged in the future of Internet development in this region," he said.
The agreements can be viewed on our APNIC memberships and partnerships page