January 26th, 2017

Ruru: visualise international traffic flows in real-time

During the last three months of 2016, REANNZ had an intern from the Networked System Research Lab of the University of Glasgow working with us, Richard Cziva. Richard has been thinking about how to better understand the quality of the service perceived by our members. Continue reading →
May 31st, 2016

REANNZ intern tests SDN applications

Two months ago Se-Young Yu, a PhD student from the University of Auckland, started his 10 week Future Funds internship placement at REANNZ. Now Se-Young is a PhD graduate, having successfully defended his thesis, and he is off to take a postdoctoral position in Paris. We wish him all the best. Continue reading →
February 3rd, 2016

Bright future ahead for REANNZ internship recipient

Crown-owned company REANNZ (Research & Education Advanced Network New Zealand) is delighted to announce the recipient of its inaugural Future Funds tertiary scholarship programme for 2016. Se-Young Yu, a PHD student from the University of Auckland has been selected to take part in the 10- week placement from March to May 2016, based at REANNZ head office in Wellington. Yu’s area of research is high-speed data networks, looking at... Continue reading →
July 20th, 2015

Future Funds Internship Project Ideas

Each year REANNZ creates a list of categories and sample projects in each of the categories for our potential interns. The idea is to let students see the scope of potential projects, get a sense of the amount of work we expect to be completed and get exposure to the multiple activities that are (or will be) in motion when the interns arrive. Feel free to describe a project that ... Continue reading →
March 18th, 2015

REANNZ intern: Jeffrey Lai

Jeff recently graduated with a degree in Networking Engineering from University of New South Wales, Sydney. Over the summer he took part in a summer research program with VUW and REANNZ, working on SDN technologies. Jeff’s previous honours project was on Content Distribution Network (CDN) redirection mechanisms, applicable to internet service providers (ISPs). Using SDN techniques, he was able to improve upon current DNS-based mechanisms. During his internship at ... Continue reading →