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APRICOT's Mission is to develop and advance the skills and understanding
necessary to grow a robust Internet infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region. 

APRICOT is about bringing the world's top Internet experts
together with those who can benefit from their knowledge.

Thanks for a GREAT APRICOT'99
Come back to this site shortly for copies of the Presentations given at the Tutorials and Conference Sessions as well as the Call for Participation for APRICOT 2000

28th Feb, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th Mar 99
  1. Registration Details - APNG, APNIC, APTLD, APPLe, APIA, DNSO Singapore forum Meetings [Online-Registration
  2. If you need help, email APRICOT secretariat
  3. If you would like to sponsor APRICOT events, email APRICOT secretariat (Sponsorship)
  4. If you need help from Conference Organiser, please email Claudia Lim (eg. if you need a visa and we can send you an invitation letter).
  5. If you need help on registration, please email Jane Chan
  6. Confirmation of Registration All registrants should have received this confirmation by now (24 Feb 1999). If not, please contact jane.chan@scs.org.sg.
APRICOT 1999 is held from 1st to 5th March 1999 during the same week as these conferences and meetings in the Asia Pacific Internet Festival, 28th Feb to 6th March 1999: 

Asia Internet World 99, Singapore. 5-7 Mar 1999Singapore Linux Conference 4-5 Mar 1999APNG AGM 1 Mar 1999APNIC AGM 5-6 Mar 1999APIA AGM 7 Mar 1999APTLD Mtg 1-2 Mar 1999apple.jpgICANNDNSO

Supported by
National Computer Board
National Science & Technology Board
Singapore Federation of the Computer Industry

About usAbout us - Japanese translationAbout us - Korean translationAbout us - Chinese (China GB simplified) translation
Call For SpeakersCall For Speakers - Japanese translationCall For Speakers - Korean translation
Speakers information
FAQ about APRICOTFrequently Asked Questions - Japanese translation
The APRICOT General ProgramFrequently Asked Questions - Japanese translationFrequently Asked Questions - Korean translation
Web Design Credits
APRICOT'99 Events
Call For Registration [ Word97] [ HTML ]
Schedule of Events - At a Glance
Distinguished Keynote Speakers
Tutorials [1-2 Mar 99] (final draft ready)
Conference: Speakers and Topics
   ICANN Program [3-4 Mar 99]
   Conference Technical Track 1 [3-5 Mar99]
   Conference Technical Track 2 [3-5 Mar99]
   Conference Business Track [3 Mar99]
   Conference Education Track [4 Mar99]
   Conference Policy Track [5 Mar99] [doc]
Birds of Feathers (Draft)
Accommodation and Travel
On-Line Booking of Singapore Hotels 
and Airline Tickets
Directions to the hotels
Directions to the Suntec City Convention Centre
Exploring Singapore
Singapore Tourism Board 
General Info about Singapore 
Travellers Guide of Singapore 
What's New
For the PressAPNIC Reception Sat 6 Mar 99
Meet Me for Pre-Conference Discussion (nascent)
Speakers' Profiles (not ready)
Sponsor Area & Info (draft)
Joint organisers
APNG Secretariat
Singapore Computer Society
Call For Sponsorships [ Word97] [ HTML ] [ PDF ]
Sponsorship Agreement Form [ Word97 format, print and fax back ] [ HTML ] [ PDF ]

Our Sponsors
Asia Pacific Network Information CenterAsia & Pacific Internet AssociationTeleglobeNortel NetworksCompaq Asia PacificSingapore Telecom
AboveNetAP AT&TPacNetPSINET Asia Pacific
SGNICAscend Communications IncNational Computer Board, SingaporeHong Kong TelecomUniTech Computer Systems LtdWebworksO'ReillyCommercial Internet ExchangeCisco SystemsAlcatel

Affiliated Organisations
apng.jpg APNG is an Internet organization dedicated to the advancement of networking infrastructure in this region, and to the research and development of all associated enabling technologies. Its mission is to promote the Internet and the coordination of Network Inter-Connectivity in the Asia Pacific Region. 
apnic.gif The NIC project of APNG has led to the formation in 1993 of the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC). Since the, APNIC has gained independence of APNG and gone from strength to strength to its recent in corporation in 1996. http://www.apnic.net
apia.gif APNG fostered a Commercial Working Group through the mid-1990s. In 1997, this WG spawned off to become the Asia & Pacific Internet Association (APIA) of today. APIA membership spans the Internet trade and business communities of the AP region.
aptld.gif In view of the urgent need to coordinate and organise the region's country code Top- Level Domain holders. APNG has initiated with other AP organisations to form the APTLD forum which had held its inaugural meeting in July 1998.
apple.jpg To promote and facilitate exchange of information and consultations between the Internet industry and governments and regional/international organsations, with the goal of faciltating the balance between industry self-regulation and government regulation.