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AFRINIC has concluded its recent four-day Internet Number Resources Management (INRM) Fundamentals & Understanding and Deploying IPv6 Workshop in Nigeria.

Twenty participants attended the workshop, which was held at the Blaze University.

We'd like to extend our appreciation to Nigeria ICT Forum of Partnership Institutions for hosting this event.

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Internet is fundamental to our society as it provides important services ranging from safety and security services to entertainment. Internet was not designed originally to carry application data without time constraint and unlimited user interactions, as Internet performance is usually bound, inter alia, by physical factors such as distance, medium of transmission and link congestion. However, most of the applications used on the Internet today are delay-sensitive (for e.g. live streaming or online gaming). Having timely content delivery is therefore critical. However, as shown by the measurement performed from our study, all countries or regions are not equal from the Internet access and performance point of view.

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AFRINIC has concluded its recent four-day Internet Number Resources Management (INRM) Fundamentals & Understanding and Deploying IPv6 Workshop in Burundi.

Twenty-six engineers attended the workshop, which was held at the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF).

We'd like to extend our appreciation to AUF for hosting this event.

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AFRINIC has concluded its recent four-day Internet Number Resources Management (INRM) Fundamentals & Understanding and Deploying IPv6 Workshop in Sudan.

Thirty engineers attended the workshop, which was held at Alamarat, Khartoum, Sudan.

We'd like to extend our appreciation to SdNOG for hosting this event.

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