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Request for Proposals (RFP): A study to assess the potential of the NOFN for rural connectivity in India. For more details see RFP.

Deadline extended: Call for applications for broadband policy course in Sri Lanka. For more details see announcement in english, sinhala and tamil.

South Asia Research Hub(SARH), DFID Systematic Review Programme for South Asia call for proposals.

Brazil’s moves in response to NSA spying will not result in Balkanization of Internet

The Packet Clearing House is a great repository of knowledge about the way the Internet is developing. Being a decentralized network there is no central entity that decides on things or even collects data about what is happening. So entities such as PCH play an important role. The recent UN General Assembly speech by President […]

War or no war, terrestrial cable across Iraq provides redundancy for Asia-Europe traffic

Led by Senior Policy Fellow Abu Saeed Khan we’ve been saying that Asia needs a terrestrial cable system to back up the submarine cables. By the time international government organizations get organized, the private workarounds will be fully operational. Like traders plying the ancient Silk Road, telecommunications operators routing bits and bytes from Asia to […]

Bangladesh takes LIRNEasia advice, belatedly and partially

In December 2005 Bangladesh became connected to the SEA-ME-WE 4 undersea cable, but it took much longer for the people of Bangladesh to actually use the connectivity, because the incumbent government-owned monopoly BTTB had not been able to connect the country’s networks to the landing station in Cox’s Bazar in time. I was invited to […]

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