Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand
Join the New Zealand Access Federation Tuakiri now as an early adopter, and use the service for free until the end of this year.
Join us on Tuesday 26 July when Associate Professor Ian Whalley will share his experiences of spearheading the use of IPv6 for international electroacoustic music collaboration.
More great news today. Diocesan School For Girls in Epsom is now connected to KAREN.
Media release: REANNZ and Pacific Fibre sign foundation customer agreement, based on previously announced terms.
Those of you not able to attend the NZ eResearch Symposium in person this week, can participate in the event virtually. All presentations will be streamed live and available over KAREN.
A quick reminder: In support of World IPv6 Day tomorrow (8 June), REANNZ is hosting a seminar on the future with IPv6 led by New Zealand IPv6 Taskforce Technical Convenor Dean Pemberton.
The recruitment process for our new Chief Executive is underway.
REANNZ and Pacific Fibre agree key terms for a long-term, ground-breaking international capacity service for the NZ research, education and innovation communities.
In this KAREN spotlight on uses of the network for science and education, we explore the New Zealand Compact Muon Solenoid group's international collaboration on the search for new particles.
REANNZ CEO, Donald Clark, has today announced his intention to resign his position in July this year.