Govt paper pushes case for fibre connectivity in rural NZ
Chorus has welcomed the New Zealand Government's release of a new paper that sets out the country's high-level connectivity vision over the next decade.
New data centre campus coming to Suryacipta City of Industry
BDx Indonesia has unveiled its plan to develop a new 100MW data centre campus on 12 acres of land strategically located in the Suryacipta City of Industry.
Singtel wins awards for connectivity and IoT offerings
Singtel has won two awards at the World Communications Awards 2022, emerging as the top contender against a strong field of global carriers.
Peacock Bros helps Direct Freight improve its operations
Peacock Bros has worked with Direct Freight to enhance its logistics operations for more accurate deliveries, greater efficiency and improved connectivity with drivers.
Global telecom IoT market to reach over $3.3 billion by 2032
The global telecom Internet of Things (IoT) market is estimated to reach a worth of almost US$3,31,542.6 million in the next decade, according to Future Market Insights.
SITA and Versa Networks partner on new SD-WAN solution
Together, the companies have developed SITA Connect Go, a software-based solution that further enables multiple airlines, ground handlers, and other tenants.
Hawaiki Nui, OPT consider connecting French Polynesia to new submarine cable
Hawaiki Nui and OPT have partnered to assess connecting French Polynesia to the new Hawaiki Nui transpacific submarine cable.
Vodafone NZ to switch off 3G network by end of 2024
Vodafone New Zealand intends to have rolled out 4G or 5G to everywhere currently served by 3G by the end of August 2024, at which point it will begin to shut down its legacy 3G network.
New developments for cable set to connect South America to APAC and Oceania
Further proposals have been issued to begin construction of the almost 15,000 km subsea Humboldt Cable cable, which connects South America to APAC and Oceania.
Orcon brings faster fibre to Christchurch with Hyperfibre offering
Orcon has today launched the next generation of fibre speeds in Christchurch, bringing its Hyperfibre offering to the city.
Australian Sentinel helps Transdev with Cradlepoint 5G trial
Transdev Sydney Ferries has successfully completed a trial using Cradlepoint 5G in-vehicle offerings, managed by Cradlepoint managed service partner Australian Sentinel.
Boomi wins best CEO for diversity and best company for career growth
"These awards empower employees to share personal insights about their company’s culture, rewarding and highlighting companies that do great work."
Spark explores future connectivity options using 5G mmWave
Spark has carried out New Zealand’s first rural trial of 5G millimetre wave (mmWave) technology to showcase the potential benefits of faster 5G data speeds.
Kacific wins big at the Asia Pacific Stevie Awards
Kacific has scooped up gold and silver awards at the 9th annual Asia Pacific Stevie Awards for its innovative technologies and services to ease the Covid-19 situation in under-connected communities.
Southern Cross Cable launches the SX NEXT cable to connect NZ to the world
The new Southern Cross NEXT fibre cable (SX NEXT) is set to connect Australasia to the US and further enhance connectivity between New Zealand, Australia, and the US.
BT builds on Equinix partnership with new cloud offering
BT has launched a next-generation cloud connectivity offering extending its global network into strategic carrier-neutral facilities (CNFs) and building on its existing partnership with Equinix.
N4L, Spark, Chorus partner for Hyperfibre school upgrade
Networks for Learning (N4L) has partnered with Spark and Chorus to upgrade Wellington College to Hyperfibre, fostering stronger outcomes for students and teachers.
Macquarie Telecom partnership sees benefits for City Beach
Macquarie Telecom’s work with City Beach has resulted in the retailer reporting its smoothest peak retail season, which occurred against a backdrop of record online sales across Australia.
How rugged devices can support organisations when the cloud goes out
The risk of businesses’ operational and technological footprints being impacted by extreme weather events continues to grow as climate change increases the frequency of such events.
Colt Technology expands into South Korea data center market
Colt Technology Services has expanded its network into the South Korean market, offering the country’s businesses cost-effective, low latency connectivity.
TUANZ to address rural connectivity at 2022 symposium
TUANZ is hosting the Rural Connectivity Symposium for the first time in person since 2019, providing a forum to discuss the state of rural connectivity.
Australia’s remote workers face connectivity and security issues
SOTI's new report finds better video conferencing technology and improved security measures are top concerns for remote workers in Australia.
Wireless Nation, N4L provide 4G network to remote NZ schools
Wireless Nation and Network for Learning (N4L) have rolled out the Rural Connectivity Group’s (RCG) new 4G network to better connect three Chatham Islands schools.
SmartCIC, BICS partner to expand wireless service options
SmarCIC has partnered with BICS to increase choice for organisations using fixed wireless services, expanding existing carrier relationships for its CELLSMART division.