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ANALYSIS A Facebook engineer issued a command to assess the availability of global backbone capacity and this, unintentionally, took down all the connections in the company's backbone, effectively cutting off all its data centres, the company says.

Published in Security

Western Australia-based IT services firm NEXION Group has signed a deal with California-based Aryaka which it says will help establish Perth as a pivotal global SD-WAN city and get it ready for widespread adoption of secure cloud solutions nationally.

Published in Networking

California-based Amphastar Pharmaceuticals has joined the army of companies hit by ransomware, with the firm appearing to have suffered an attack by cyber criminals who have used the DopplePaymer ransomware that attacks Windows systems.

Published in Security

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved the landing license of international bandwidth provider Southern Cross Cable Network’s NEXT cable system.

Brisbane electric vehicle (EV) charging company Tritium continues to export its technology globally, with the latest deal involving the expansion of EV DC fast charging locations in urban areas throughout California.

Published in Deals

Brisbane-based global electric vehicle DC fast-charging technology provider Tritium has been awarded a contract from the City of Pasadena in California to install 20 Tritium RT50/50kW DC Fast Chargers in the city’s Marengo Charging Plaza.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 11 September 2019 11:57

MariaDB opens US headquarters in California

MariaDB Corporation, the database company born as a result of forking the well-known open-source MySQL database, has opened new US headquarters in Redwood City, California, indicating that it is growing in prominence.

Published in Open Source

ICT services giant NEC has appointed company veteran sales and marketing executive Mitsuhiro Murooka as managing director for its Australia and New Zealand business.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 14 January 2019 10:58

Motorola pays US$445m to acquire Vaas

Global communications giant Motorola Solutions has paid US$445 million to acquired VaaS International Holdings, a data and image analytics company based in Livermore, California and Fort Worth, Texas.

Published in Strategy

Google's chief economist Dr Hal Varian is of the opinion that his employer should not pay "excessive" tax on its Australian revenue because this money is derived due to its "intellectual capital" which mostly resides in California.

Published in Open Sauce

A US Government bid to force Facebook to break the encryption on its Messenger client and obtain voice data that is claimed to be needed in a crime investigation has failed, with a US District Court in California ruling against the move.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A crowd-sourced coding start-up named Koder that helps businesses build software using a network of people has launched the beta version of its platform.

Published in Outsourcing

American semiconductor equipment manufacturer Revasum has decided to seek a listing on the Australian Securities Exchange after it conducted a successful pre-IPO capital raising.

Published in Market

A tech worker in the US lost his job due to the company's automated systems removing him from the rolls eight months into a three-year contract because his manager did not update his contract terms.

Published in Business Intelligence

Telstra aims to be ready to take advantage of the 5G market, saying it will be network-ready by the first half of FY19 and rolling out to capital cities, regional centres and other high-demand areas by FY20.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 26 April 2018 13:17

Iridium prepares for sixth NEXT satellite launch

Satellite communications provider Iridium has announced that all five NEXT satellites for its sixth launch are in processing at SpaceX’s west coast launch site, the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

Published in Space

Both Democrats and Republicans from the US House of Representatives have characterised as "highly questionable" the FBI's claim that it could not gain access to 7800 mobile devices last year.

Published in Security

Production of the iPhone X will be cut by half from the 40 million units planned for the first three months of 2018, a report claims.

Published in Mobility

After a barrage of criticism over its inability — and apparent lack of concern — in stopping fake news flooding its platform both during and after the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook got its Christmas gift early – a soft, puff piece in the Australian Financial Review that paints it as a crusader against the spread of incorrect information.

Published in Open Sauce
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