NZNOG 2013 – registrations open

Registrations for New Zealand’s pre-eminent technical Internet networking conference – NZNOG 2013 – are now open.

Hosted by the New Zealand Network Operators Group, NZNOG 2013 is the country’s only technical networking conference, and features a host of plenary sessions, practical workshops and tutorials.

Spaces are limited, so register now and join your fellow ICT specialists for a feast of information sharing, technical up-skilling and professional networking.

To register, please visit

What: NZNOG 2013
When: 21 – 25 January 2013
Where: Mercure Hotel, Wellington

The platinum conference sponsor is Vocus Communications.


Conference structure

NZNOG 2013 incorporates two three-day practical workshops, a one-day of technical tutorials and the conference-proper.

Workshops: 21 to 23 January, 2013
Advanced routing – taught by Philip Smith, APNIC
DNSSEC – trainer to be confirmed

Tutorial: 23 January, 2013
Topics to be confirmed

Conference-proper: 24 – 25 January, 2013
Programme and keynote speakers to be confirmed

A range of pricing options are available, including a heavily-discounted student registration:

  • Main conference (waged) – $250.00
  • Main conference (student) – $50.00
  • Practical workshop (advanced routing or DNSSEC) – $150.00
  • Tutorial – $50.00

Conference Fellowships available

Assistance is available to those people that mightn’t otherwise be able to attend NZNOG 2013 but have a lot to offer to, or gain from, the NZNOG community. Fellowships are open to all – employed, unemployed, students, programmers.

Fellowships will cover conference and tutorial registration fees, and accommodation.  Travel assistance may also be considered.

Applicants must:
Write a few paragraphs explaining why they need a fellowship to NZNOG 2013 and what they hope to get out of it.
Demonstrate a history of involvement in some aspect of the NZNOG community or an intent to become involved, and how attending NZNOG 2013 will benefit them.
Actually attend the NZNOG sessions!
Fellowship prospects will be helped greatly if applicants are presenting, or intend to present a conference paper, lightning talk or otherwise contribute to the conference.

If you are interested in being considered for a fellowship please e-mail [email protected].

More information

More information about NZNOG 2013 can be found at

For sponsorship opportunities please contact [email protected].

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