Internet Technology Portfolio

The Internet Technology Portfolio concerns InternetNZ's sharing of best practice about, and development of, protocols and technologies that allow the Internet to function and to develop, while also continually pushing for enhancement of these functions.

The lead staff on Internet Technology is Andrew Cushen - andrew@internetnz.nz

We will craft approach to being consumer “technical” advisor on ISP configuration and performance, providing Internet users with i

We will assist NZRS in delivering both DNSSEC and RPKI, to ensure that New Zealand’s Internet infrastructure is protected through these next Generation Internet-Security features.

InternetNZ has identified a need to help improve the ways that New Zealanders identify themselves in an online environment. We are currently bombarded with conflicting messages such as:

InTAC is a one-day conference to discuss issues related to the technical architecture and technical policy of ultra-fast broadband and fibre networks, hosted by InternetNZ.

We will actively engage with and participate in the APNIC, RIPE NCC and IETF communities to ensure that both New Zealand views are represented in policies and that emerging technologies are communi

We see a need for independent analysis of the Internet Exchange Point market in New Zealand, to understand the capacity, constraints and competition in this market.

These are the Strategic Transformations that we have committed to in the InternetNZ Strategic Plan 2015-2018.

We will that Internet exchanges within NZ are operating at an appropriate level to attract large global participants (e.g. CDN providers) to best provide content and services to New Zealanders.

We will publish and promote material educating the New Zealand Technical community regarding new technologies such as Software Defined Networking (SDN)

We will craft approach to being consumer “technical” advisor on ISP configuration and performance, providing Internet users with i

We will assist NZRS in delivering both DNSSEC and RPKI, to ensure that New Zealand’s Internet infrastructure is protected through these next Generation Internet-Security features.

InternetNZ has identified a need to help improve the ways that New Zealanders identify themselves in an online environment. We are currently bombarded with conflicting messages such as:

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