Regional Informatics Network for Southeast Asia and the Pacific (RINSEAP)
Réseau régional d'informatique pour l'Asie du Sud-Est et du Pacifique
1990-11-05 Jakarta Indonesia
5-7 Nov 1990, Jakarta (Indonesia), under the U-XF2097 - Intergovernmental Informatics Programme (IIP). A U-XJ0555 - Regional Informatics Network for Asia and the Pacific (RINAP) was proposed at the same time. Merged with U-XF2135 - Regional Informatics Network in South and Central Asia (RINSCA) and H-XF0319 - Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific (ASTINFO), to form F-XF6848 - Asia Pacific Information Network (APIN).
Strengthen existing information infrastructures and develop linkages among information specialists in the academe, government, research institutions and information technology industry; contribute towards efforts in promoting the overall development of informatics in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific region; improve communications and disseminate information on informatics and related areas.
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