Displaying items by tag: John Brumby

In a clear case of the pot calling the kettle black, former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is investing in a security company known as Kasada which has taken money from In-Q-Tel, the investment arm of the CIA, is calling for former Independent senator Nick Xenophon to enter his name on Australia's foreign influence register because he is offering legal advice to Chinese firm Huawei.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 01 February 2019 12:51

Brumby to part company with Huawei Australia

Former Labor Premier of Victoria, John Brumby, is stepping down from his role as a director of giant Chinese telco Huawei’s Australian business after eight years in the role.

Published in People Moves

Top officials of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei have written to Australian MPs and senators telling them that excluding the firm from the 5G rollout in the country would result in increased costs, an inferior service and pose a threat to the company's operations Down Under.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Sunday, 25 March 2012 18:02

Australian government bans Huawei from NBN

Huawei, the leading Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer has been told by the Australian Government that its bids for supply to the NBN are not welcome.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 09 November 2010 14:42

Judge Judy not coming to Victoria's 'Court TV'

It's election time in the Australian state of Victoria, and as always happens during elections, promises are made, with the first being $6.3m to be spent, if re-elected, to stream some Victorian court cases live over the Internet, while also promising no 'Judge Judy'.

Published in Entertainment

Today Prime Minister Julia Gillard and IBM Australia and New Zealand Managing Director Glen Boreham announced a new global research and development lab to be based at the University of Melbourne, creating 150 jobs and tackling Australian national concerns. The NBN is cited as a major drawcard.

Published in Development

Recognising that cyberbulling is becoming a major problem, Victorian Premier John Brumby today announced a $10.6M fund to promote the eSmart program across all Victorian State Schools.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Victorian state government shared IT services agency CenITex has chosen NetApp and Dimension Data to provide storage, backup and recover services.

Published in Deals

IT services company Wipro today inaugurated its new Melbourne development centre.

Published in Development




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