Displaying items by tag: Licensing

Thursday, 29 April 2021 20:23

Nokia ranked as number one in 5G patents

An independent study by PA Consulting confirms Nokia’s leadership in 5G Standard Essential Patents, and is the latest to rank Nokia number one for patents declared as essential for cellular standards, including 5G.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Nokia has announced it has concluded a “multi-year, multi-technology patent cross-license agreement with Lenovo”, and while Lenovo will “make a net balancing payment to Nokia”, the terms of the agreement remain confidential.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It’s no April Fool’s joke! The “new no-charge licensing” and the new, no-cost version of Cyber Protection Cloud enables MSPs “to offer cyber protection services on more endpoints, based on Acronis’ best-of-breed backup, award-winning anti-malware, and protection management at little to no cost."

Published in Security

The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, says rules for the com.au, net.au, org.au and asn.au namespaces will change on 12 April 2021 after they were approved by the auDA board at a meeting on 10 November.

Published in Strategy

The COVID-19 pandemic is slowing the licensing of software products, with application software companies facing a tough 2020, according to global analyst firm GlobalData.

Published in Business Software

Global IT management software provider, SolarWinds, has announced the majority of its on-premises IT operations management products now have subscription-based pricing available.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Kemp, the leader in powering always-on application experience [AX], has announced multiple load balancer product and licensing changes. These provide increased value and tighter alignment with independent software vendor (ISV) and service provider use cases for optimising and securing applications across hybrid infrastructures.

VENDOR PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT. Kemp, the leader in powering always-on application experience [AX], has announced multiple load balancer product and licensing changes. These provide increased value and tighter alignment with independent software vendor (ISV) and service provider use cases for optimising and securing applications across hybrid infrastructures.

Published in Business Software

A clear licensing framework is needed for space-based communications networks and systems, according to telecommunications lobby group Communications Alliance, which has welcomed the telecoms regulator ACMA’s intention to undertake a staged revision of the assessment of all space/space receive and earth/earth receive apparatus licences.

Published in Space

Australian-listed blockchain and AI focused mobile games developer Animoca Brands has secured an exclusive global licensing agreement with Dorna Sports - owners and managers of the MotoGP - to develop a 'manager' style blockchain game which will use digital collectibles to drive fan engagement and uptake.

Published in Deals

Although the TiVo EPG will switch off in Australia before the end of the year, TiVo has renewed its long-term IP licence allowing Foxtel to deliver an “ultimate entertainment discovery experience".

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Developing a cross-platform application is now one of the preferred options when creating a mobile application. The convenience that it provides – one source code for multiplenplatforms – makes such development type a compelling option.

Russian Internet security supremo, Eugene Kaspersky, has ‘had enough’ of Microsoft’s wily ways in working to wipe out anti-virus competitors in Windows 10.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Selected as a finalist for the ‘most disruptive technology’ category, ‘Sharing Economy’ telco Norwood has announced some major updates to its World Phone, Corona and other platforms.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Listed payments processing technology provider, Mint Payments (ASX: MNW) has partnered with multi travel agency software solution provider Tramada Systems in a three-year licence and distribution agreement to deliver its fully integrated online payments processing service Minternet.  

Published in Deals

Consumer advocate Choice wants Aussies ‘to share their knowledge about how to circumvent geo-blocks’ after Netflix announced its VPN crackdown, but won’t Netflix read this shared wisdom?

Published in Entertainment

Australian aerospace company TAE is to commercialise the CSIRO’s Guardian Mentor Remote (GMR) wearable technology system making it available to the global aerospace industry.

Published in Market

An audit can often be the first time a business will find out that its software licences may not be compliant, opening up the company to unnecessary risks which could easily have been avoided by following the correct processes at the beginning.

Published in Business Software

Subscription and pay-as-you-go software and IT services arrangements offer increased flexibility and cost-efficiency, but they also bring inherent risks to business and organisations, according to a newly published report on technology trends for this year by a global IT services group.

Published in Business Software
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 16:14

EMC, IBM extend agreement

EMC and IBM have extended their technology licensing agreement by two years, taking the deal through to 2017.

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