Clinical monitoring company Seer has raised $34 million in funding, which will be used to expand its diagnostic services offering in Australia to treat epilepsy and to directly target the sleep and cardiac market.
Nanosatellite IoT connectivity firm Myriota has appointed former Cochlear engineer Dr Steve Winnall as its first vice-president of engineering to head product development, and oversee testing and data delivery operations.
A surprisingly high proportion of MIT's Center for Information Systems Research sponsors are Australian organisations.
Inventor of the bionic ear and hearing solutions company Cochlear has developed a “world first” Made for iPhone implant sound processor which it claims will significantly improve hearing for users in Australia.
VMware has appointed Mathew Chamley as its ANZ director of systems engineering.
'Bionic ear' company Cochlear has chosen OpenText's Content Suite for its information management requirements.
Enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has become one of the few tech companies that are part of the S&P/ASX 200 index.
Compered by self-confessed geek Adam Spencer, the keynote session at Microsoft's Tech.Ed conference celebrated the geek.
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