PingER (Ping End-to-end Reporting) Malaysia is an an extension of the main PingER project with the objective to monitor and collect data of Internet performance specifically for sites in Malaysia, and also to cover the region of South East Asia.
PingER (Ping End-to-end Reporting) is the name given to the Internet End-to-end Performance Measurement (IEPM) project to monitor end-to-end performance of Internet links. It is led by SLAC and development includes NUST/SEECS (formerly NIIT), FNAL, and ICTP/Trieste. Originally in 1995 it was for the High Energy Physics community, however, this century it has been more focused on measuring the Digital Divide from an Internet Performance viewpoint. The project now involves measurements to over 700 sites in over 160 countries, and we are actively seeking new sites to monitor and monitoring sites for this project, as well as people interested in our data. It uses the ubiquitous ping facility. (Source: Main PingER Site at SLAC)
An initiative to monitor, and collect data in Malaysia and S.E.Asia, which can be used to find problems, predict future usage, and correlate and detect performance anomaly.
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