The Caribbean needs more robust infrastructure to support the delivery of local online services during the COVID-19 pandemic and for crises to come.
A comprehensive vision for Internet-enabled Caribbean development is being advocated by Bevil Wooding, Caribbean Outreach Liaison for the American Registry for Internet Numbers and Special Advisor to the Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. Addressing a capacity audience at the 23rd Sir Arthur Lewis Memorial Lecture in St Kitts on November 7, 2018, […]
Curacao will host the Caribbean’s second regional Internet Peering Forum from June 8 to 9, 2016. Called CarPIF2, the upcoming meeting will bring together Internet service providers, Internet exchange points, telecommunications regulators and infrastructure providers for two days of in-depth talks on regional ICT development-related issues. Several major Internet and telecommunications industry players from the […]
Drawing from the devastation and experience of the last hurricane season, the region is now taking steps to ensure that its networks are more robust and more resilient.
Grenada Internet Exchange Point and DNS Root Server Ceremony Remarks byMr. Bevil Wooding,Program Director, Caribbean Telecommunications Union;Internet Strategist, Packet Clearing House At theGRENADA INTERNET EXCHANGE POINT RE-LOCATION CEREMONYMaurice Bishop Highway, Grand Anse, St. George’s, Grenada Wednesday 21 November 2012 ________ On behalf of the Secretary General of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union, Ms. Bernadette Lewis and […]
Developing Content for the Indigenous Internet One of the many attractions of the Internet is that it offers so much, to so many. The global system of interconnected computer networks now serves over a billion users across the planet. However, for the vast majority of those users, the technology enabling the Internet is invisible and […]