This month our newsletter is in memory of IAA’s General Manager Kellie Ireland as we continue the work she so passionately started.

Read our October 2019 newsletter here.

 

This month we welcomed new board members and continued to expand our network with a new presence in the nation’s capital.

Read our September 2019 newsletter here 

This month we are counting down to our AGM and AUSNOG! And we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced peering engineer.  

Read our August 2019 newsletter here

This month we are looking at our recent trip to Auckland to visit the New Zealand Internet Exchange (NZIX) and how we can better support the internet industry in New Zealand, the expansion of 100G peering in Australia and are welcoming new members to our growing team in Perth.

 

Read our July 2019 newsletter here

This month we’re getting to know one of our international members, Dave Mill of Inspire Net, welcoming a new Board member and join our working group on submissions to the PJCIS…

Read our May 2019 newsletter here

This month we are travelling the world with our member feature on Sofia Silva Berenguer and welcoming some new faces to the team!

Read our April 2019 newsletter here

This month we kicked off our IAA Unplugged event series and launched our first 100G peer!

Read our March 2019 newsletter here

This month we’re excited to launch our new member socials, plus a huge thank you to Joe for his 16 years with the Association!

Read our February 2019 newsletter here

Welcome to 2019!

It’s true we haven’t woken to hover cars as the standard mode of transport (you got that wrong, Blade Runner), but we certainly have some exciting things in store regardless.

To kick the year off with fresh ideas and energy, our Member Feature is Cloud and Security expert, James Bromberger.

Plus, there’s dates for your diary, some tech news and a legal update from the team at Arnotts Technology Lawyers.

Read our January 2019 newsletter here

Hi there, well the year is just about done! It was great to see all our members at our events over the past few weeks, and we’d like to wish you all a safe and merry shut down season. 

Read our December 2018 newsletter here