Spark to launch satellite-connected cell tower project
Spark and Lynk have begun a NZ project for a network of satellite-connected cell towers, aiming to maintain connectivity during crises.
Spark appoints Tony Agar as Group Sales Regional Lead
Spark Business Group appoints Tony Agar as Group Sales Regional Lead for Northern region, with Michele Wong replacing him as IoT Lead.
Northland to get new school specialising in tech skills
Whangarei gains tech edge with a new software-focused tertiary institute.
Northland Inc’s Orchard innovation hub recognised at MBIE Awards
Northland Inc's Orchard hub earns MBIE accolade for fostering a collaborative environment that is nurturing innovation across Northland.
NorthTec student and Northland Inc bringing commercial 3D printing to life
Northland businesses will benefit from high-tech, commercial 3D printing thanks to an entrepreneurial NorthTec student and Northland Inc.
N4L: 1815 schools and counting as connections steam ahead
More than 572,000 Kiwi students and teachers across 1815 schools can now access safe, fast internet via N4L's managed network.
Northland Inc welcomes announcements on ultra-fast broadband rollout
These announcements combined with the proposed Hawaiki cable landing in Whangarei provide Northland with a fantastic opportunity to create employment.
More high tech studios for youth
Two new High Tech Youth Network studios are to be established in Dunedin and Penrose, Auckland.
New US$350m fibre optic cable heads to Northland
Northland set to score a major technological and economic coup with US$350m undersea cable deal with Hawaiki, coming ashore in Whangerai.
NZCS seeks partners for schools project
NZ Computer Society invites ICT industry support for a career guidance project in schools, aiming to solve the skills shortage.
Union pickets Telecom AGM, customers face delays
Visionstream, which officially began its contract to maintain Telecom’s network in Northland and Auckland today, faces a backlog of work – in Northland alone there are around 900 outstanding faults.