Community Technical Support

APNIC provides financial, technical, and informational support to the Internet technical community to promote the growth of the Internet, particularly in developing economies where the deployment of Internet services can be challenging.

Research, information and outreach

Research, information and outreach

Get up-to-date information on routing, security, DNS, IPv6, policy and IP addressing issues.

Statistics | IPv6

Supporting NOGs

Supporting NOGs

Share experiences, make new industry contacts, and learn from other network operators in your local economy by participating in NOG events. There are more than 15 NOGs in the APNIC region and new groups are being formed regularly.

NOGs

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

APNIC provides Technical Assistance to better support APNIC Members by understanding the issues they face in their day-to-day network operations, and by sharing expertise on best and current Internet technical practice.

Request Technical Assistance

Membership and partnerships

Membership and partnerships

APNIC has established relationships with several regional and global organizations.

Fellowships

Fellowships

Every year, APNIC provides fellowships – financial support and guidance – to members of the Asia Pacific Internet community to allow them to attend conferences where they can engage and learn from recognized international experts.

Internet infrastructure

Internet infrastructure

As part our commitment to sustainably developing Internet infrastructure and skills in the Asia Pacific, APNIC assists with the deployment and maintenance of Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) and root servers.

IXPs | Root servers

CERTs

CERTs

Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) or Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) are expert groups that respond to cybersecurity incidents, such as malware, DDoS, and ransomware attacks. These groups play a vital role in the maintenance of the networks that make up the Internet.

What is a CERT?