Equinix is bolstering its ranks to address the demands of a renewed effort to capture a larger slice of the hyperscale datacenter market, with the appointment of former Digital Realty CTO Jim Smith.
Telstra, Intel and Ericsson have demonstrated how professional gaming is set to benefit from 5G, showcasing the technology’s ultra-low latency – a feature, the firms said, professional and amateur gamers alike can expect in the future.
Australia’s latest mobile phone plan provider Catch Connect, which operates on the Optus 4G Plus mobile network has unveiled a suite of new 365-day plans which include a 30% discount promotion.
Motorola Solutions 2018 hackathon in Melbourne will see public safety agencies nominating some of their greatest operational challenges, with application developers responding by creating key technologies designed to make communities safer. Now in its third year, the event which will… Read More ›
Telstra has expanded its ‘Always On’ network service to provide more bandwidth choices and lower latency on the Hong Kong to Singapore and Japan to Hong Kongsubsea cable routes.
Macquarie Telecom has signed a deal with Western Australian fresh food and farming company Spudshed, to implement SD-WAN services to 24 retail and farming sites across the state.
Nokia has expanded its Internet of Things portfolio and analytics capabilities, with the acquisition of San Mateo based IoT applications provider SpaceTime Insight.
Cradlepoint has announced new NetCloud Solution Packages for branch and mobile networking featuring faster LTE Advanced Category 11 (Cat 11) modems – as part of its ‘pathway to 5G strategy’.
Boston-based developer-owner-operator of subsea fibre optic cable systems Seaborn Networks has appointed David Zimmer as its chief sales officer and Jim Olson as VP of corporate development
While interest in spectrum sharing has grown substantially in recent years, spectrum access has become more challenged. This is a key message being discussed during the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit 2018 in London.
Melbourne-based Unified Comms specialist Dubber has picked up a key contract with US regional telecommunications provider CBTS – a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell – to provide cloud call recording services for its CBTS product portfolio.
Mudgee-based telco Harbour ISP has launched a new NBN residential fibre plan, offering its customers a higher internet broadband performance at current pricing levels.
Nokia is planning to sell its Digital Health business to Éric Carreel, co-founder and former chairman of French consumer electronics company Whitings. The firm announced a review of strategic options for its Digital Health unit in February. The planned sale… Read More ›
Change has become virtually the one constant for small and medium businesses operating within the Australian telecommunications industry. Disruptive technologies, ever-increasing levels of competition and evolving security threats are just some of the factors that mean you have to keep… Read More ›
Mountain View based multi-cloud data management specialist Veritas Technologies has appointed Howard Fyffe as its managing director for Australia and New Zealand. His new role will see Fyffe heading a team of sales, technical and services professionals committed, with a… Read More ›
Offering a targeted seamless Cyber Security, Threat Intelligence software-as-a-service platform has been crucial to Apvera’s growth in the financial services industry (FSI) across the Asia-Pacific region. Speaking to Telecom Times. Apvera sales VP Doug Farndale said the firm – which launched in 2014 – had… Read More ›
NBN Co – the company building Australia’s national broadband network – has announced key new collaborative agreements with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney. The partnerships will focus on research and development of technologies such as… Read More ›