With support for Dolby Atmos, and later this year, Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos Music support via Amazon Music, the Sonos Beam (Gen 2) compact soundbar offers your ears a superior aural adventure, complete with support for smart speaker experiences from Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Digital infrastructure provider Vertiv has appointed LuLu Shiraz to the role of ANZ sales director for product and service.
Security vendor Nozomi Networks has announced enhancements to its channel program. Now known as ADVantage, the program aims to reward the company's top partners.
Cloud management platform Stax has engaged Nextgen as a distributor in Australia and New Zealand.
Huawei Liquid OTN-based optical slicing is said to "guarantee a deterministic service experience and supports the long-term evolution of industrial transformation, making it ideal for SDH upgrading in power grid and transportation industries."
The RØDE Wireless GO II is the company's new ultra-compact and extremely versatile dual channel wireless microphone system, with the same pocket-sized form factor and professional sound quality as the best-selling Wireless GO, but with a host of incredible new features making it even more powerful and flexible.
With innovations in scaling and CMOS placement, the highest density and most advanced 6th-gen, 162-layer 3D flash memory created by Western Digital and Kioxia has now launched in what is the latest milestone from an impressive 20-year joint venture partnership, promising ever better, faster and denser storage solutions.
Promising to deliver "unparalleled collaboration and productivity" with "real-time intelligent data to existing business workflows", Motorola says its new MOTOTRBO Ion is a "next generation business-ready smart radio with voice, broadband data and multimedia capabilities to connect teams, inform operations and keep businesses running smoothly."
Fujitsu has appointed James Veness as its Oceania regional head of portfolio for data centres.
Object storage specialist provider Cloudian has officially launched operations in Australia and New Zealand, in a move it says is aimed at capitalising on the local need to manage, protect and leverage massive data sets without sacrificing ease-of-access.
Global identity solutions provider Okta has sealed a deal, appointing NEXTGEN as its first value-added distributor (VAD) in Australia and New Zealand.
Security firm Bitdefender has appointed a new regional director for the Australia and New Zealand markets as part of moves to spearhead growth in the APAC region.
TPG Telecom is now Australia's second-biggest provider of fixed-line broadband and is increasingly putting the big two telcos — Telstra and Optus — under competitive market pressure, according to a new report.
Promising a “comprehensive L2+/L3 switching solution for business networks of all sizes”, D-Link’s DGS-3630 series has arrived with “advanced software features and a lifetime warranty".
Telco Vocus has achieved record revenues and profits for the six months to the end of December last year on the back of the acquisitions of Nextgen and the M2 group of companies.
Vocus Communications has hit back at IBM's claims that it was complicit in the 2016 census debacle, saying that the site went down because IBM employees incorrectly identified normal data traffic as data exfiltration and manually turned off their Internet gateway routers.
Nextgen Networks has hit back at IBM's claims that it was to blame for the census stuff-up, saying that its offer of protection against distributed denial of service attacks was rejected.
IBM has laid the blame on Nextgen Networks, and, through it, Vocus Communications, for the collapse of the census website on 9 August, claiming that its instructions to cut off overseas access when a distributed denial of service attack took place were not implemented.
Australia’s first purpose-built, subsea, fibre-optic network, servicing the oil and gas industries and the North West growth corridor with telecommunications services, is now operational following its completion and integration into Nextgen’s national transmission network and Metronode’s national network of data centres.
Vocus Communications is set to buy fibre network owner Nextgen in a deal worth $807 million.
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