NetHui wouldn’t be possible without our generous sponsors. Thank you to all the sponsors below who are helping to make NetHui 2017 happen.
Google is proud to once again support NetHui in 2017. Events like NetHui help to keep the Internet open for everyone.
Chorus is New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company. They maintain and build a network predominantly made up of local telephone exchanges, cabinets and copper and fibre cables. Approximately 1.8 million lines are connected to homes and businesses throughout the country. The Chorus team helps providers connect their home and business customers to the world.
Netflix is a streaming service that allows our customers to watch a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, documentaries and more on thousands of Internet-connected devices. With Netflix, you can enjoy unlimited viewing of our content without having to watch a single commercial. There's always something new to discover, and more TV shows and movies are added every month.
Facebook is honoured to support NetHui 2017. We are a long-standing supporter of NetHui because it provides a world-class forum to discuss how we can ensure the Internet helps and benefits everyone.
Spark has a powerful ambition: to unleash the potential in all New Zealanders through amazing technology. Digital technology can make a significant and positive impact on our nation’s social and economic wellbeing. It can enable Kiwi companies to compete – and win – on the world stage. That’s why we’re passionate about using technology to be truly useful to our customers, helping make our country better and enriching the lives of all New Zealanders. And it’s why Spark is proud to be a supporter of NetHui, where the pivotal role of the internet to our communities and our country is discussed.
APNIC (Asia Pacific Network Information Centre, pronounced A-P-NIC) is an open, member-based, not-for-profit organization, whose primary role is to distribute and manage Internet number resources (IP addresses and AS numbers) in the Asia Pacific region’s 56 economies. These number resources are the building blocks for the Internet to operate and grow.
ICANN is a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with participants from all over the world dedicated to keeping the Internet secure, stable and interoperable. It promotes competition and develops policy on the Internet's unique identifiers. Through its coordination role of the Internet's naming system, it does have an important impact on the expansion and evolution of the Internet.
The Internet Society is a global cause-driven organization governed by a diverse Board of Trustees that is dedicated to ensuring that the Internet stays open, transparent and defined by you.
The Department of Internal Affairs serves and connects people, communities and government to build a safe, prosperous and respected nation.