Motorola Solutions has won a major contract with the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games to supply the 1.5 million spectators, volunteers, athletes and team officials, along with some 3,500 State Police, 2,000 Australian Defence Force and 4,200 private security staff with… Read More ›
The overall market for embedded instrumentation is expected to hit a market revenue of US$110.3 million in 2023, according to Frost & Sullivan
San Francisco-based cloud communications specialist Twilio has established a presence in Australia and has named former Oracle and Symantec exec Richard Watson as its first regional country director.
NetComm Wireless has set out its strategy to step up its foray into the US and European markets building on the firm’s’ track record as a key supplier to the NBN.
Telecom Times is pleased to announce that Heather Wright has been promoted from her role as New Zealand Editor to Assistant Editor. While Heather will remain in charge of the NZ brief, she will, over time, be taking on more editorial responsibilities. “I’m… Read More ›
NetComm Wireless has partnered with the company rolling out the Australian national broadband network, to supply the network access devices needed to connect homes and businesses to the NBN’s newly launched fibre-to-the-curb service.
NBN Co has launched its fiber-to-the-curb access technology, saying the first homes and businesses in Australia can now order FTTC services from a range of internet providers.
Nutanix has won a major contract with Australian independent law firm Jackson McDonald, under which it will deliver a suite of data analytics services to ease the Perth-based firm’s migration towards hybrid cloud using the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS.
by Mike Wright, Group Managing Director, Networks – Telstra We’re delivering new mobile coverage to regional Australia with 89 new priority sites, bringing our total commitment under the Mobile Black Spot Program to over 650 sites. Today, I’m proud to… Read More ›
Optus has secured funding to build 12 new mobile sites as part of the Priority round of the Australian federal government’s Mobile Black Spot Program – the initiative which aims to provide mobile coverage and connectivity to regional communities.
Former Dimension Data chief executive Brett Dawson will be investing $1 million into Sydney-based social discovery and messaging platform Gather Online, to support its international expansion.
OPPO has unveiled a new research institute which will focus on researching the latest artificial intelligence and 5G mobile technologies and innovation based on the camera phone specialists’ specific users’ needs.
Motorola Solutions has completed the acquisition of Vancouver-based video surveillance and analytics specialist Avigilon.
Riverbed has appointed Paul Mountford as its new CEO, taking over from Jerry M. Kennelly, who is retiring after heading the firm since he co-founded it in 2002.
Citrix has unveiled a cloud management plane for Asia-Pacific South, selecting Australia as the location for the offering.
NBN CEO Bill Morrow has confirmed he will step down at the end of calendar 2018, adding that he has “decided to leave NBN to pursue the next chapter of my career”.
by Adam Jaques, Technologist at Pulse Secure Once upon a time, Netman hated it when his CIO dragged him into meetings with the company’s business managers. They weren’t too keen on him either.