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Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota has entered a partnership deal with global manufacturer Motherson to produce its Myriota Module, its cutting edge, low powered device that securely transfers data to the Myriota Network of satellites from anywhere on the planet.

Published in Space

Ericsson has beaten out rivals Huawei, Nokia and NEC, among others, as a new survey places it on top in 8 of 10 categories, including “product reliability, price-to-performance ratio, service and support" in microwave offerings.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Memory and storage maker Crucial is proffering profitable advice on lowering software licence costs by making better use of your hardware, upgraded if needed, for long-term savings.

Published in Business IT

For a third consecutive year, Huawei has been bestowed with the Telecom Equipment Vendor of the Year title at the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2016.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Huawei has been announced as winner in the "Vendor Initiative of the Year" category at the 6th Asia Communications Awards, recognising "Huawei's outstanding innovative contributions".

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 20 August 2009 05:35

New CEO for NetApp

NetApp has appointed Tom Georgens as its president and CEO.

Published in People Moves
It has been a source of bemusement for those in the IT security business for years: just why do security vendors continue to flog standalone antivirus solutions? Now a security vendor's own security expert has gone on record to state standalone offerings provide a false sense of security, and includes his own application amongst the offenders.

Published in Home Tech
Despite being pretty much the market leader in consumer IT security solutions, Symantec has spent years trying hard to shake off a well deserved reputation of hitting the unsuspecting public with resource hungry, slow products that are a bitch to uninstall. So, has it pulled it off with Norton 2009? We bring you the latest developments live from the European launch event in Madrid.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 13 September 2008 16:28

Chinese Penguin Love: The Lenovo and Linux Story

Speaking from China, Tux the penguin says "the reports of my death are greatly exaggerated" as the media continues to report that Lenovo is slaying the kernel mascot with the relish of a Canadians near a seal pup. iTWire digs a little deeper to reveal just WTF is really happening with Lenovo and Linux...

Published in Open Source
More than 800 vulnerabilities have been uncovered within anti-virus products, and every virus scanner currently on the market has at least one highly critical vulnerability. That is the controversial claim of one security vendor which concludes that anti-virus software far from protecting the network throw the doors wide open to attackers...

Published in Security
According to Microsoft, Windows XP died on June 30th when it stopped sending it to the likes of Dell and HP, as well as ceasing shrink-wrapped distribution. According to Dell, new buyers can have a Windows Vista Bonus: a machine with a copy of Windows XP pre-installed instead...

Published in Strategy




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