The Internet has become an essential tool for communication, commerce, and development in an increasingly globalized world. Governments around the world have given high priority to the development of their national Internet infrastructures and to achieving higher levels of Internet penetration among their populations. Those activities have been supported and catalyzed by national and international stakeholders, including local Internet service providers and other information technology businesses and nonprofit organizations—like the Internet Society—that believe that the Internet can contribute substantially to the socioeconomic development of people around the world.
The Papua New Guinea Internet Exchange Point is a component of Internet infrastructure that can increase the affordability and quality of the Internet for local communities. PNGIX enable local networks to efficiently exchange information at a common point within the country rather than needing to exchange local Internet traffic overseas. In many of the developing countries, for example, Internet messages need to be exchanged beyond their borders, which adds significant costs because of lack of connectivity between domestic networks.


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Keith Anderson l Managing Director

AUS Mobile. +61 400 947 947
Fax.  1300 7654 27
PNG Mobile. +675 76 947 947
Email. keith@apcs.com.au
Web. www.apcs.com.au

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