Blog Posts



9 Jan
So I’m sitting on the train, just going home after a long day at work. And this guy comes and sits next to me. Clean-cut sort of guy, wearing a suit that maybe isn’t quite the right size for him, but...
8 Jan
I'm disappointed that most of New Zealand's telcos have decided that we need to pay more for the Internet in 2015. What I'm referring to is this - http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology/news/article....
5 Jan
What happens to the New Zealand Internet when no one wants to be a part of it anymore? We already have a number of New Zealand ISPs putting in place technology to make it look like their customers...
22 Dec
It's awfully difficult to see a month ahead in this industry sometimes, let alone trying to predict a year out... But anyway! In the spirit of bravery, and almost certainly being proven wrong on many...
19 Dec
Another exciting development happened yesterday in online content delivery. Spark announced a joint venture with Coliseum Sports to bring more sports content to the Lightbox online TV platform. This...
18 Dec
As we move toward the end of the year, it’s a good time to look at those things that are likely to be on the table still in 2015. One of the items still looming on the legislative agenda is the...
15 Dec
This is a reminder that InternetNZ is currently running a funding round dedicated to Canterbury. We are providing $100,000 for projects that extend the availability, use and benefit of the Internet...
25 Nov
This is the first blog for Hills Holes and Poles, an InternetNZ supported project to look at  innovative rural broadband projects solutions and template them for other communities. This sees the...
25 Nov
Our project is called Hills Holes and Poles and we saw all three yesterday. Chris Roberts runs Amuri.net, based in Culverden, about 1.5 hours north of Christchurch. Its dairying country and this is...
25 Nov
As part of our mission to work alongside the Internet community of New Zealand, we help fund projects that go towards making New Zealand’s Internet better. Every year we invest $500,000 in community...