October 19th, 2018

REANNZ launches new Hawaiki Cable capacity -enabling a world first

REANNZ has today launched its new Hawaiki cable capacity which for the first time provides New Zealand researchers with a dedicated, high-speed connection to the United States enabling them to be partners in world-leading research collaborations. The connectivity has already delivered a “world first”. At today’s launch at the University of Otago, Dr Sandhya Ramrakha from the renown ‘Dunedin Study’, showed how they are now using the Hawaiki Cable ... Continue reading →
October 19th, 2018

Photos from launch of Hawaiki Cable capacity 19 Oct 2018

REANNZ Chief Executive Nicole Ferguson with a piece of the Hawaiki CableDr Sandhya Ramrakha from the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit on their research collaboration with Duke University.Professor Richard Blaikie (Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Enterprise, University of Otago) and REANNZ Chief Executive Nicole Ferguson with Hawaiki Cable CEO Remi Galasso. Continue reading →
October 12th, 2018

REANNZ welcomes new Directors

REANNZ welcomes three new directors appointed to its Board by the Minister of Research, Science and Innovation, the Hon Dr Megan Woods. They are Sara Brownlie, Dr Judith Johnston and David Skinner.REANNZ Acting Chair Ross Peat says, “We welcome the mix of strong management, financial and governance skills and experience that they bring to the Board at this time.  We look forward to working with them at our first ... Continue reading →
August 5th, 2018

REANNZ proud to host APAN46

REANNZ is hosting over 300 researchers, academics and technology specialists from the Asia Pacific Advanced Network at APAN46 this week. Continue reading →
July 25th, 2018

Register now for APAN46, 5-9 August 2018, Auckland, NZ

There is just over a week to register before APAN46 commences in Auckland. To date, over 300 researchers, academics and technology specialists from universities, research institutes, and national research and education networks (NRENs) throughout the Asia Pacific region have registered to attend.APAN46, which is being hosted by REANNZ , was last held in New Zealand in 2008 so it is an excellent and cost-effective opportunity to participate. Further information is ... Continue reading →