Posts by Bevil Wooding
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, recaps the seventh annual Caribbean Peering & Interconnection Forum.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact networks, economies and societies across the Caribbean, security experts and network administrators gathered online for the ARIN/CaribNOG Technical Community Forum
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, recaps the second day of the ARIN/CTU Caribbean Internet Forum. We would like to thank everyone who participated to make this event a success!
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, recaps the first day of the ARIN/CTU Caribbean Internet Forum. We hope you join us for day two tomorrow!
This month marks 11 years since the first CaribNOG meeting was held. Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, highlights some of the ways CaribNOG has served the Caribbean's Internet community as we approach its 21st Regional Meeting.
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, shares a recap of the CarPIF 2020 online meeting that took place earlier this month. The focus of the meeting was to highlight specific steps to improve Internet connectivity and broadband service delivery in the Caribbean.
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, explains why more robust Internet infrastructure is needed in under-served regions to support the increased demand for online services during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for crises to come.
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, shares details about the weekly webinar series we're co-hosting to explore the impacts of COVID-19 on the Caribbean Internet.
Bevil Wooding, Director of Caribbean Affairs, shares details about an upcoming event we're co-hosting in St Kitts from 4-5 December.
It’s already been one year since we officially launched ARIN in the Caribbean, our series of outreach events for the Caribbean. At our first anniversary, we are happy to report on the success of this initiative and share our plans for 2019.
Bevil Wooding, Caribbean Outreach Liaison, introduces the launch of the ARIN Caribbean Forum and what we plan to accomplish through these initiatives.
In 2017, six hurricanes traversed the Caribbean, including ten countries in our region. Learn how the Caribbean and regional organizations are taking steps to ensure that its networks and critical Internet infrastructure are more robust and more resilient.
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