APNIC undertakes world-class research and collates valuable information resources on routing, security, DNS, IPv6, policy and IP addressing issues.
This research and information informs APNIC’s operational and policy activities, and helps community members to better understand and manage the operation of the global Internet.
APNIC representatives deliver presentations regularly to a variety of meetings, providing general updates on activities, as well as subject-specific material. Presentations are listed below according to the major meetings attended. All recent presentation from APNIC can be found on Slideshare.
The RIPE Atlas project employs a global network of probes and anchors that measure Internet connectivity and reachability, and users can define their own measurements to the destination of their choice.
RIPE Atlas anchors actively measure Internet infrastructure globally, providing an understanding of the state of the Internet in real time.
APNIC-supported RIPE Atlas anchors are deployed in India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka. Discussions are in progress to deploy anchors in other economies in the Asia Pacific.
This is a list of all current RIPE Atlas anchors, including information specific to each anchor.