Annual Reports

2015 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

The 2012 report is categorized around the 2012 objectives based upon feedback provided by our Members and stakeholders. This includes:

  • Support for IPv6 deployment in the Asia Pacific region
  • Facilitating resource transfers
  • Expanding scope and accessibility of APNIC training
  • Supporting Internet governance as a multi-stakeholder process within and beyond the region
  • Providing authoritative statistical information through Research and Development
  • Focusing on the needs of developing economies

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2011 Annual Report

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2010 Annual Report

APNIC 2010 Operational Plan Objectives:

  • Delivering Value: The Secretariat’s funds are applied in the mutual interests of all Members through the provision of a core set of high-quality services .
  • Supporting Internet Development: APNIC supports the maintenance of an open and neutral Internet, based on global addressability of all network components.
  • Communication and Collaboration: APNIC exists within a global community of Internet stakeholders whose openness and cooperation is critical to the success of the organization and of the Internet itself.
  • Corporate Support: APNIC operates as a professional team with full accountability to our Members and stakeholders.

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2009 Annual Report

The results of the APNIC 2009 Membership and Stakeholder Survey highlighted areas APNIC should prioritize for future growth as an organization. The IPv6 Readiness Survey results indicated that IPv6 deployment is gaining momentum throughout the region.
APNIC reports on the expansion of training activities, updates on IPv6 deployment and enhanced Member Services.

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2008 Annual Report

APNIC celebrated the 10 year anniversary of its relocation to Brisbane, Queensland. Reporting on several service improvements including the Resource Certification system and the launch of the IPv6 Program, APNIC reported it was working on Business Continuity
and disaster recovery programs as well as continuing to invest heavily in the Asia Pacific community.

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2007 Annual Report

Aside from the operational and service oriented developments; there were two major issues which concerned the APNIC community during 2007. The first is the internal matter of APNIC’s fee structure and the second major issue, the increasing global concern
over the future of the remaining IPv4 address space and transition to IPv6.

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2006 Annual Report

2006 saw the restructure of the APNIC Secretariat for more effective delegation and decisions making. The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) emerged as a major new part of the Internet landscape; and Resource consumption was a hot topic.

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2005 Annual Report

2005 saw the launch of live chat services on the Helpdesk; extended Helpdesk hours and a lot of significant improvements were made to internal systems (eg., Remote access to Open Policy Meetings). Additional root servers were launched; and APNIC made
great gains in the quality of other external communications.

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2004 Annual Report

2004 saw the APNIC Secretariat continue to operate a balanced budget which grew by approximately 28 % over the previous year. Activities steadily increased as shown by the growth in membership, resource allocations and training provided.

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2003 Annual Report

In 2003 training services expaned; the Policy development process improved; Number Resource Organization was established; Root server mirrors were deployed and MyAPNIC had new features introduced.

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2002 Annual Report

Highlights of 2002 included new NIR policies implemented; Address policy developments; the launch of the APNIC helpdesk; APNIC joined regional R&D grants program; Whois v3; Routing Registry and Root server deployment.

2001 Annual Report

2001 saw founding members recognised, the membership structure expanding; APNIC exceeding RIPE NCC IPv4 allocations; the launch of APster and the new APNIC web site. A major growth area for APNIC this year was the collection of online services, primarily
the Whois and reverse DNS servers used in the Internet community worldwide.

2000 Annual Report

2000 highlighted the first standalone APNIC Open Policy Meeting; the introduction of Special Interest Groups (SIGs); Hosting of ASO secretariat services; 52% total membership growth and significant policy updates.

1999 Annual Report

1999 higlighted 59% membership growth, financial security being strengthened; the launch of IPv6 services; training courses being held in five economies; ICANN Address Supporting Organisation formation and over 13,500 requests processed.

1998 Annual Report

This report describes APNIC’s structure, staffing, and services; outlines APNIC’s major activities during 1998; analyses APNIC’s performance in each of its organizational areas; and describes activities and budgets planned for 1999.

1997 Annual Report

1997 was a year of very significant change within APNIC. APNIC experienced growth by 75% in terms of membership and over 30% in terms of resources allocated. This report characterizes this growth and details APNIC’s responses in light of the additional
requirements imposed by its rapid expansion.