Boost Mobile's new 10-year network agreement with Telstra provides "significant expansion opportunities for Australia’s fastest growing independently owned mobile brand" and ensures a bright future for the youth-focused brand.
With cars, computer and telecommunications irrevocably intertwined in the hyper connected 21st century, it is good to see Daimler and Nokia making peace at last.
Global IT services company DXC Technology has signed an agreement with Transpower, New Zealand’s state-owned electric power transmission company, to manage its Oracle and Linux environments for the next five years.
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