Macquarie Telecom Group announced its results for the half-year ended 31 December 2021, which were ahead of guidance.
Macquarie Telecom Group business unit Macquarie Government has appointed Mike Foster to the newly created role of director of strategic growth.
Facebook. The company has been on an apology tour for most of its existence, mostly for invading people's privacy in different ways, and hot on the heels of a whistleblower exposing Facebook's allegedly dodgy algorithms comes the now resolved outage that affected Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and Oculus Web.
Macquarie Cloud Services says that the designation will allow them to have access to Microsoft’s product roadmap, which is expected to benefit customers. Aside from the credential, the company’s revenue grew more than 200% since its official launch.
Macquarie Telecom Group CEO David Tudehope believes the TIO report highlights systemic failures despite greater reliance on telco services and the industry doing incredibly well during the pandemic.
The defence industry lobby group, Australian Strategic Policy Institute — which styles itself as an independent, non-partisan think-tank — issued a report critical of on Canberra Data Centres domination of the local government market for a lobby group that was paid by three of CDC's competitors, a report in the Australian Financial Review says.
Macquarie Telecom Group's Macquarie Data Centres and Macquarie Government businesses have launched the Intellicentre 5 (IC5) data centre in Canberra to house the most highly classified Australian Government workloads.
Macquarie has been recognised for customer-first approach to networking technology, in what is the company’s impressive fourth global award win in just over two months.
The Critical Infrastructure Bill, introduced by the Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton MP, will recognise telecommunications and data centres as critical national infrastructure for the first time.
Australian Company recognised globally in same year it signed strategic Azure agreement with Microsoft
AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT: Macquarie Cloud Services (part of Macquarie Telecom Group, ASX: MAQ), has won the Managed Services Innovation of the Year award at the annual Global Telecom (Glotel) Awards. The company was recognised for its Azure Managed service, developed exclusively for the Microsoft Azure platform.
Open source as a service provider Instaclustr has appointed Geoff Richardson as group CFO.
Macquarie Data Centres expects to spend an additional $50 million and to create hundreds of new jobs as a result of a "significant customer win" following today’s announcement it has entered into a contract for the provision of approximately 10MW of capacity (IT Load) at its Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus.
Complaints about phone and Internet services by small businesses have grown overall for the third consecutive quarter, with residential consumers and small businesses lodging 34,476 complaints in the three months between July and September — an increase of 3.4% on the previous quarter — and the third consecutive quarter of incremental growth in overall complaints.
Macquarie Data Centres, part of the Macquarie Telecom Group, has completed the topping out — the structural build — of its Intellicentre 3 East data centre in Sydney's Macquarie Park.
Macquarie Telecom Group has suffered a 17.5% drop in net profit for the full year 2020, despite increasing revenue by 8% to $266.2 million for the year.
Macquarie Telecom has overhauled the mobile services of community services not-for-profit Uniting WA, claiming mobile costs have been slashed by more than 60% while providing improved support at a time when the organisation is more dependent on its mobile services and data.
Macquarie Telecom Group has called on the Australian Government to act on its new cyber security strategy immediately, saying that the strategy “crucially paves the way” for the creation of sovereign jobs and skills development in Australia “when it’s needed most”.
Fujitsu has appointed James Veness as its Oceania regional head of portfolio for data centres.
Macquarie Telecom business unit Macquarie Government has become a member of the Defence Industry Security Program (DISP), certifying the company to contract with the Department of Defence.
Macqauarie Government and Macquarie Data Centres are making an initial investment of $17 million to build the first stage of a new data centre, Intellicentre 5 (IC5), at its Canberra campus in response to what they say is rising demand for cloud and cyber security services.
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