It’s not a buzz. It’s a necessity. It’s what third world nations should thrive to live in the next generation of communication world. The context is the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) being held in Dubai now, December 3 -14. The conference has been largely both criticized and at the same time admired with the huge participation of representative members from many nations, which brings in the brain stroming over the current ITR binding of the global treaty for the telcos industry including the Internet.
World IPv6 launch day (June 6, 2012) has finally arrived. Many industry leaders have agreed to redefine the global internet on this occassion. The world will certainly be a better place with IPv6, the new Internet Protocol addressing mechanism which can be allocated to every single sand particle on the Earth. Today, all major industry players are deploying their IPv6 version of their websites which you can browse if you are using Internetwork in IPv6 mechanism. World IPv6 launch, organized by Internet Society, is a part of mission to make Internet open and accessible to each of us. Continue reading
The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) Thailand, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has been organizing the Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Applications from 18-21 May 2011 at UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand to mark the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD). The focus of the forum is on creative economy thru ICT, and ICT Applications in various eServices. Continue reading