Australia’s interest in Apple Silicon computers and tablets are contributing to the brand’s strong market share, according to The Telsyte Australian Table Computer Study 2022 by analyst firm Telsyte.
Australian smartphone sales continued to grow with four million handsets sold in the first half of 2021, up by 4% from the 3.8 million sold a year ago as 5G dominates, according to new research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte.
Despite the eased restrictions during early 2021, pandemic-wary Australians are switching on entertainment subscriptions at a rapid pace and had a total of 42 million subscriptions at the end of June 2021, up from 37 million in June 2020, according to new research from emerging technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
Telstra announced its T25 strategy to accelerate growth, enhance customer experiences through predictive analytics and localised support, and capitalise on permanent shifts in how people work and live.
Australia’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market continues to grow strongly with cloud driving digital transformation and new product development, according to new research from Australian emerging technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
The sales of tablets and PCs surged in 2020, fuelled by the pandemic as consumers spent more time at home either working, studying, or playing, according to a study by Telsyte. The study reveals that brands such as Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft continue to dominate the tech market.
With TPG Telecom, Optus and prepaid the most impacted, the total number of services has dropped 1.7% from 2019 levels thanks to the pandemic.
They say a change is as good as a holiday, but despite being a universal constant (and making your pockets very heavy), the last decade saw the most rapid change in our history - with the COVID-19 tinged decade we're currently in set to see change changing at the fastest pace yet.
GUEST OPINION by Paul Randlesome, global vice president of Value Management at Silver Peak: This year has seen Australian enterprises accelerate their digital transformation efforts, migrating applications and infrastructure to the cloud as they shift from dedicated data centres to shared public infrastructure.
The demand for 5G smartphones will increase next year with 39% of users indicating that their devices "must support 5G", with the figure going up to 58% for those who planned to upgrade, the telecommunications analyst firm Telsyte says.
Lower numbers of international visitors and a drop in immigration due to the ongoing pandemic has affected the mobile services market, the telecommunications analyst firm Telsyte claims, adding that this fall was the first in the last decade.
Nearly 9 in 10 organisations (88%) in Australia surveyed by local technology analyst outfit Telsyte for LTE and 5G wireless network edge solutions provider Cradlepoint are either using or thinking of using LTE or 5G as the sole WAN link in branch locations.
Demand for smartphones in Australia has declined marginally due to the economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and handset supply delays, with a 5% drop in sales of the phones in the first half of this year.
Organisations in Australia are turning their attention to business transformation to improve employee systems as the "post-pandemic" world increases the reliance on technology, according to a new study which reveals that spending and investment on IT is growing despite the current economic headwinds.
Multinational companies are dominating the Australian hyperscale cloud market, according to research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte.
Increasing competition and the lowest net increase for six years had already put pressure on Australia’s mobile carriers even before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, according to new research from analyst firm, Telsyte.
The Australian tablet computer market faces headwinds in 2020 amid longer sales cycles and a sluggish economy, according to a new analyst study.
Many small and medium businesses (SMB) on the NBN access network are embracing the cloud to save time and grow, but many think they don’t have the right broadband plan to take full advantage of future opportunities, according to research released by NBN Co and analyst firm Telsyte.
Australian consumers have traditionally been early adopters of new technologies and at the end of 2019 several key milestones were reached, according to research firm Telsyte which reveals that smartphones have now become the main digital device for more than half (51%) of Australians - with millions of Australians loyal to either their iPhones or Android smartphones.
Smartphone sales in Australia dropped by 5% to 4.3 million units in the second half of 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, as the cost of premium handsets continued to weigh on buyers, according to a new research report.
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