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A new leaked internal document reveals secret trials of low-cost fibre-to-the-premises program by nbn.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Monday, 15 February 2016 12:53

Nokia flags job cuts after Alcatel Lucent merger

The CEO of Nokia has stated that jobs will go as a result of the recent merger between Nokia and French telecoms giant Alcatel Lucent.

Håkan Eriksson has been appointed Head of Strategy for Region South East Asia and Oceania for Ericsson, effective Jan 1 2016.

Published in People Moves

The nbn is switching on data speeds five times faster than ADSL on December 1, for 370,000 lucky fixed wireless customers in regional areas.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Two years ago, the last research report by Trend Micro on the bustling Chinese underground saw compromised hosts, DDoS attack tools services, and remote access Trojans (RATs) being sold.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 09:51

Australia a perfect market for Perfecto

Israeli-founded Perfecto Mobile has chosen Australia for the next phase of its international expansion. To lead that growth, the company has appointed former RSA Security senior executive Gary Mitchell as Director, Asia Pacific & Japan, based out of Sydney.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 23 November 2015 07:56

The ‘ap ‘ap ‘appy era is here

Today, there are 9 internet-connected devices in the average home. In six years there will be 29. (222%) Today, up to 8 of those devices can be in use at any one time. In 6 years, there will be 12. (50%)

Published in Internet of Things

Mix and match solutions from different cloud service providers is massively cheaper than buying packaged deals from one provider, according to the latest 451 Research Cloud Price Index.

Published in Cloud
Thursday, 19 November 2015 12:13

Apple Pay hampered in Australia by restricted field

Apple Pay has launched in Australia, but with only two other members on its team at present, it is playing in a restricted field for now.

Published in Resellers
Thursday, 19 November 2015 08:51

Global phone sales rise 15%: Gartner

Phone sales are starting to climb an exponential growth curve, with Gartner Inc’s research highlighting 15% global growth between the third quarters of 2014 and 2015.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 11:20

TNZI to quadruple its European network

Tier 1 voice carrier TNZI is set to double its European network operator’s capacity by May 2016.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 10:05

nbn looks set to get a new board member

Two years after being one of the ‘chosen two’ asked to remain on the board of nbn, the government-owned company building the national broadband network, Alison Lansley’s term of office is due to expire 6 December 2015.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 05:51

DTO snubs advice from peak industry bodies

The Government’s much vaunted Digital Transformation Office (DTO) closed door policy is rankling peak industry bodies that want access to the agency.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 17 November 2015 20:38

Symantec: Moving ahead, by returning to its roots

Symantec is seeking to dedicate the next 18 months to regaining its ‘fighting weight’ and becoming the new leader in enterprise security.

Published in Security

Financial results for the first quarter of 2016, for Networking Giant Cisco Systems were up and down, with router sales falling as switches grew.

Published in Networking

Symantec has copped a bullet from Google after breaching the search engine giant’s trust in its web security certificates, not once, but twice.

Published in Security

The claim that Ericsson and Cisco Systems will both achieve $US1 billion in new revenues by 2018 based on their strategic partnership announced this week, “is achievable” according to industry analysts.

Published in Networking

Motorola has cut the ribbon on its revamped Australian Public Safety Innovation Centre, with a demonstration of a simulated real life crime event involving masked gunmen. 

Published in Networking

Internet Australia (IA) is ‘cranky’ about the government ushering in ‘trade deals in secret’, with reference to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, released late last week.

Published in Technology Regulation
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