The Guatemala Internet Exchange Point (IXP.GT) brings the 12th node to the LACTLD Anycast Cloud. This brings the collaborative network to a total of 12 nodes and 13 clients.
Interview with Isabel Cristina de Ávila Benítez, .CO Domain and MinTIC’s Internet Governance Manager
In this interview, Isabel Cristina de Ávila Benítez shares with us her point of view about Internet’s relevance in society, the digital world and digital transformation, and the importance of the .CO domain in all of them.
Peru IX (PIT Peru SAC) brings a new node to LACTLD’s Anycast Cloud. This way, the collaborative network has 11 nodes and 13 clients, of which .PE is one of them. This addition contributes to the distributed nature of the Cloud and, therefore, to a better load management, a reduction in response times and a greater robustness and resilience of the Internet in the region.
The last edition of the LACTLD Report offers a regional overview of the most relevant issues in the domain name ecosystem. With a focus on the impact of COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean, the report covers the activities and projects of the Association, capacity building efforts in the region, the digital governance and transformation processes, and the latest news from our members.
TTNIC joined the LACTLD Anycast Cloud as a client. The number of ccTLDs is now 12. This way, NIC Trinidad & Tobago has copies of its zone in the different nodes that make up the network, thus improving its robustness and resilience.
The Latin American and the Caribbean ccTLD Association conducted the event’s 3rd edition on December 9, 10 and 11. The meeting had the participation of 240 attendees from 20 different countries and the presentations of 30 specialists in the subject.
Pablo Rodríguez, Executive Vice President of PR Top Level Domain shares a study that explores the IT Decision-makers’ perceptions on the use of DNSSEC, and he presents a series of recommendations based on the results.
LACTLD organized and held a closed training on Internet Governance that had the presence of 69 participants from 15 ccTLDs and diverse organizations. At the same time, the Association conducted an open panel for the Internet community.
This event responds to a growth trend of, at least, the last 4 years.
The training about the Registry-Registrar model coordinated by LACTLD was held from December 9th to 12th and gathered 68 participants from 20 ccTLDs.
The fourth edition of IGF LAC Space brought together 17 organizations and more than 50 participants in a regional discussion organized by LACTLD.
NIC Peru became a part of the 10 ccTLDs in the region that are already clients of LACTLD’s Anycast Cloud. This means that the ccTLD has copies of its zone in the different nodes that make up the network.