Asia Pacific will host in 2014, Latin America in 2015 and North America in 2017.
The announcement was made on Saturday, at the 2013 Hall of Fame event in Germany, which recognizes landmark achievements and contributions to the internet’s open development and growth.
Africa had its first inductee to the Hall of Fame in 2013, from among the three categories – the Pioneers Circle, Innovators and the Global Connectors who were named in mid-June.
Ghanaian born Nii Quaynor was honored for his role in internet development and expansion throughout Africa for nearly two decades and for establishing among the first internet connections and helping set up key organizations on the continent.
Speaking at the event, Internet Society president and chief executive officer (CEO), Lynn St Amour, congratulated all the inductees and said the organization would continue identifying and recognizing internet pioneers and leaders.
“During its first two years, the Internet Hall of Fame has recognized an impressive and diverse set of Internet pioneers and leaders,” said Amour.
“I commend the Advisory Board for their excellent and wide-ranging selections. It is inspiring to recall and celebrate the achievements of individuals who were so instrumental in building and shaping the Internet that we know and enjoy today, and I am very happy the Internet Society is able to facilitate this recognition.”