The 3rd Asia-Pacific Internet Resources Capacity Building Program (APICB) co-organized by China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), and Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association (APTLD) will be held in Beijing from June 13 to 17, 2016. The program will be attended by more than 20 delegates and technology experts of the industry from over 10 countries and regions including Russia, Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Thailand, Laos and Nepal.
“The forthcoming program will focus on the hot topics such as Internet governance, DNS and DNSSEC technology, application and promotion of New gTLD, IDN and EAI, etc.; it will highlight China’s cutting-edge technologies and management experiences in the Internet fundamental resources field and facilitate experience sharing and related discussions between the Internet technology and management organizations from China and other Asia-Pacific countries.” briefed by CNNIC Director, Prof. Xiaodong Lee. This program will include five-day technology lectures and seminars; moreover, all delegates will be invited to visit Chinese Internet enterprises and institutions, with a view of paving the way for their future cooperation.
Since the CNNIC initiation of the Asia-Pacific Internet Resources Capacity Building Program in 2012, it has been held twice, in Kunming and Beijing successively. Notably, it had APEC Telecommunications and Information Working Group as its title sponsor in 2014. The program this year, an upgrade of the previous two editions, aims to function as an open and innovative communication platform conducive to exchanges and cooperation for the Asia-Pacific organizations and experts engaged in DNS management and research to have in-depth discussions on the frontier issues concerning Internet resources, to promote the development of the next-generation key Internet technologies and uplift the overall status of the Asia-Pacific Internet organizations among global communities.