A claimed "revolutionary, world-first" connectivity module from communications provider Powertec, dubbed myinsight, promises to shake-up the IoT/E (Internet of Things/Everything) space, and it has been done by an Australian company.
Named a Gartner "Cool Vendor" earlier this year, Pycom is disrupting the IoT industry, helping users deploy "great-value, enterprise-grade connected solutions".
The shift to 5G will be seismic, according to CA’s APAC CTO, Stephen Miles, who shared his views on the forthcoming wireless cellular 5G technology.
A new report peers into 2025 and says there will be 240 million active 5G connections powered by the ‘Internet of Everything.’
The world is increasingly connected and mobile as the global telecommunications market continues to grow unabated and the Internet and mobile devices dominate, with the Asia Pacific region leading the way in the mobile growth stakes.
Cisco's new Internet of Everything innovation centre in Perth - the eighth in the world - was opened by WA Premier Colin Barnett today.
New approaches to regulation and infrastructure funding are required to promote digital inclusion and to close the ‘digital gap’ between industrialised economies and developing economies in emerging markets.
Internet Protocol (IP) traffic around the world is expected to triple to reach a record 2 zettabytes by 2019, with market growth coming predominantly from increasing mobile access and demand for video services.
Cisco has announced a major investment in a new Internet of Everything (IoE) innovation centre in Australia, with locations in Sydney and Perth.
Australians clicked on almost 27 million malicious links in the first quarter of this year, ranking the country sixth in the world for users who accessed the links. In New Zealand, more than 2.3 million malicious URLs were clicked in the quarter.
Fifty billion devices, including computers, smartphones, sensors, cars, cameras and many others, are expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, and more than half of Australian and New Zealand organisations say they have plans to capitalise on the increase of connected devices known as the ‘Internet of Things’.
IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is forecast to reach US$767 billion in 2014, a 5.5% increase from 2013.
Networking giant Cisco has unveiled a report into the untapped value of the Internet, concluding $1.2 trillion is up for grabs globally in 2013.
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