GUEST OPINION by Adrian Iannessa, senior director of technology, Dell Technologies ANZ: It has been 18 months since the world woke up to the ‘new normal’, many countries are now adapting to waves of new strains, rolling out vaccination programs and states are fluctuating between eased restrictions and lockdowns. Through all that, we now have the possibility to build a bold new world as we look to the future. But first, we have some reflecting to do.
Three arbitrations into a dispute between Basslink — the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland — the State of Tasmania and Hydro Tasmania have ended, with the outcomes favouring the first two entities mentioned.
Global professional services firm Accenture has acquired New Zealand-based SAP and cloud solutions technology firm Zag as part of a move designed to bolster its New Zealand and Australian digital transformation capabilities.
SAP specialist Zag has completed the remote conversion of Hydro Tasmania’s legacy SAP on-premises enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to SAP’s next generation ERP solution, S/4HANA with Fiori 3, despite the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Basslink, the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland, says that the Basslink Interconnector is expected to return to service on 30 September after a breakdown in August.
The company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland says an additional inquiry commissioned into the failure of the cable in December 2015 is now complete and reiterates what was said earlier: that the failure was caused by unknown factors.
Basslink, the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland, has referred the dispute between it and Hydro Tasmania to arbitration, after dispute resolution procedures failed to resolve the issue.
Basslink, the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland, has issued a notice of dispute to Hydro Tasmania seeking to recover money that it claims it is owed for the failure of the Basslink interconnector in December 2015.
Basslink, the operator of the Basslink Interconnector, the undersea data and telecommunications cable that connects Tasmania to the Australian mainland, says the power interconnector will be back and working by 31 May, six weeks later than originally notified.
The Tasmanian Government has formally lodged a notice of dispute with Basslink, claiming damages to the tune of $122 million as a result of a six-month outage that began in December 2015.
Basslink chief executive Malcolm Eccles has dismissed Hydro Tasmania's claim that it had found the reason behind the Basslink cable failure in 2015, saying that the expert reports cited as proof merely outlined one possible cause of the outage.
The cause of the December 2015 failure of the Basslink cable has finally been identified, with two experts saying it happened because Basslink Pty Ltd exceeded its design limit.
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