Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre

Asia-Pacific Network Information Center

APNIC, Asia-Pacific Network Information Center est un registre régional d'adresses IP. Il dessert le continent asiatique (sauf le Moyen-Orient) et les pays du Pacifique. Son siège est à Brisbane en Australie. Son directeur est Paul Wilson.

De tous les RIR, c'est celui qui doit faire face à la plus grande hétérogénéité, en distance culturelle (Australie, Chine, Pakistan...) et en revenu (Nouvelle-Zélande, Japon Bangladesh, Indonésie...). L'équipe d'APNIC compte une cinquantaine de personnes, de 18 nationalités et de 8 langues officielles (de l'ourdou au coréen).

Les réunions APNIC sont en général couplées avec la conférence APRICOT (Asia-Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies).

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