“To peer or not to peer”: A conversation with Bitstop.ph (Part 1 of a 3-part series)

This article is a repost of my blog which originally appears in Telecom Asia, with their kind permission. Last month, the Philippine Senate conducted a hearing to investigate the reason behind the country’s slow and expensive internet connection. What prompted the probe was an infographic posted by ASEAN DNA on Facebook showing the Philippines Apply

Multinational research and CPRsouth

As much as it permits CPRsouth  tries to track the movement and interaction of it’s community. We encourage use of facebook through the facebook group and email groups to keep the community active and participating. Taking an article done by  NYT based on the British Council research, Prof. Samarajiva (CPRsouth board member and Apply

CPRsouth paper in Telecom Policy journal

Congratulations to Moinul Zaber, paper presenter from CPRsouth6 for his publication in the Telecom Policy journal. (Direct link to the paper) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2012.06.012 Twitter: https://twitter.com/share?original_referer=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2012.06.012 At CPRsouth6 Moinul presented the paper titled, “The impact of spectrum management policy on the penetration of 3G technology” in the Improving policy and regulation paper session (Policy brief | Presentation). Thanks for Apply

CPRsouth7 paper as an op-ed

Sri Ranjini Mei Hua participated in CPRafrica2012/CPRsouth7 as a young scholar and a paper presenter representing Asia.  She presented her  paper, “Investigating the potential of mobile phones for e-governance in Indonesia” in the  Public and e-services session. While she was still at the conference she had an op-ed published based on the Apply