Displaying items by tag: Intellectual Property IP

Brisbane-based battery company Redflow has started manufacturing core components for its zinc-bromine flow batteries at its new production facility in Thailand.

Published in Strategy

The Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia (IPTA) has warned that recommendations by the Productivity Commission on Intellectual Property Arrangements would significantly weaken the Australian patent system, introduce uncertainty into obtaining and enforcing patent rights, and make the system more expensive for innovators,

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia’s game development industry earned $114.9 million in the 2015-16 financial year, with 81% of revenue derived from overseas markets, and the industry says there is still huge potential for more export growth.

Published in Market

Service providers are relying more upon software assets and intellectual property (IP) when carrying out client engagements such as hybrid cloud management, according to global research firm Forrester.

Published in Cloud

The federal government has put its support behind the launch of a new, central source of information sharing, licencing preferences and facilitating contact for intellectual property in Australia generated by the public research sector.

Published in Strategy

eCommerce platform vendor Bigcommerce has made its first acquisition, buying Texas-based mobile retail technologies provider Zing.

Published in Strategy

Silicon-Valley based intellectual property (IP) strategy and startup advisory firm, Foresight Valuation Group, has announced a Startup-IP Program (STR-IP), which it says is aimed at helping technology startups build an IP portfolio that is aligned with their business goals and that would enhance their valuation.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:51

Energy sector a growing target for cyberattacks

There’s a rising tide of cyber attacks on the energy sector, with a warning from a global security company that the growing adoption of smart grids, smart meters and the “Internet of Things,” will likely lead to even greater risks and challenges for energy firms this year.

Published in Security

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