March 2015 Edition

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Network operators that don´t use IPv6 will have no market

Failure on the part of the region's operators to massively adopt IPv6 has raised concern among specialists. Tomas Lynch says he had e...

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A national CSIRT for Costa Rica

Together with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Telecommunications, NIC Costa Rica is advancing in the implementation and operatio...

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Internet policies require greater community involvement

Since its creation, LACNIC has promoted a self-regulation model based on rules and mechanisms established and developed by the regional ...

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Makin’ Mas

Grassroots Perspectives on the Caribbean Telecoms Landscape By Gerard Best If weaving dreams is a Caribbean past-time, selling them ...

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Venezuela installs the region's 15th root server copy

Within the framework of the +Raices project –a project promoted by LACNIC, the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Car...

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Impact of broadband on innovation in Latin America

By Juan Jung* One of the most striking elements of business performance is a company's ability to produce innovations, in other words...

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New computer security experts for Central America

Twenty-eight representatives of public and private Costa Rican, Colombian and Nicaraguan companies and organizations participated in the...

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