The country wants to better tax the NZ$2.7 billion in revenue from cross-border digital services and is asking its OECD peers to amend international rules.
It is hoped the Digital Inclusion Blueprint will stop citizens being left behind as more of the world moves online.
Just five months after launching the network, Spark has announced that its Cat-M1 IoT coverage now reaches 98 percent of the New Zealand population.
After first scheduled to launch in late June, Rocket Lab's It's Business Time has successfully completed its mission.
Auckland Transport is embarking on a project with US-based Machine Zone to put citizen data to use and 'gamify' public transport. Read more: https://zd.net/2M4OEak
A Vocus-Vodafone joint venture will see the companies work on unbundling the UFB fibre network in New Zealand and begin offering 10Gbps broadband services by January 2020. Read more: https://zd.net/2Ji7GJt
Nokia and New Zealand telecommunications carrier TeamTalk will provide emergency services connected vehicles, wireless technology, private 4G, and Internet of Things services and solutions. Read more: https://zd.net/2rhwo5D
The New Zealand government has said it will be refreshing its Cyber Security Strategy and Action Plan in response to the increasing number of cyber threats the country faces. Read more: https://zd.net/2HiOw8G
New Zealand’s Data Futures Partnership developed a set of eight questions to equip and assist organisations in explaining their data use in a way that is easy to understand.
TrueNet found that on an ADSL connection, six New Zealand internet service providers all downloaded Australian webpages faster than an Australian provider.