Apster – APNIC’s newsletter for the Asia Pacific Internet community

For those interested in internet developments in the Asia Pacific, issue 21 of Apster was published in February. Apster is the quarterly journal of APNIC, one of five Regional Internet Registries in the world. Issues covered include the Internet in Indonesia; an economic and social perspective on a future Internet – Geoff Huston’s view of a recent workshop held by the National Science Foundation and the OECD exploring possible futures for the Internet; AAAA in the roots – IPv6 and the DNS; and the installation of the Philippines’ first root server and Philippine OpenIX – the economy’s first local common exchange point. For those interested in this edition of Apster, and the previous 20 issues dating back to 2001, go to:

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