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IDC: 5G growth opens opportunity for infrastructure providers
IDC forecasts 5G network infrastructure revenue to reach $26 billion in 2022 as network build-outs progress and 5G-enabled solutions gain traction.
Will blockchain be the next big thing in the healthcare sector?
"Organisations within the healthcare sphere are likely to take an ‘adopt with caution’ approach to the use of blockchain."
Trend Micro and NTT DOCOMO partner on 5G security
This solution is built upon the recently announced Trend Micro Virtual Network Function Suite (VNFS) on NTT DOCOMO's "docomo 5G open cloud."
Microsoft’s new project to bring gaming to the data centre
Data centres could soon be the crutch for the army of Xbox One gamers around the world with Microsoft's latest venture, Project xCloud.
SD-WAN adoption growing, but MPLS is here to stay - report
The report represents 850 companies in five industries: manufacturing, healthcare, banking, financial services and insurance, healthcare, retail, technology.
Spark's new IoT network offers 'huge potential' for Kiwi businesses
Spark’s second Internet of Things (IoT) network has now officially launched in New Zealand’s main centres, with a wider rollout coming in the coming months.
Exclusive: Aruba APAC CTO talks next steps for the region
“So suddenly, in our region, we have become almost early adopters of these new shifts in technological revolutions.”
SnapperNet partner shows value of Ubiquiti networking services
End-user Online Distribution is saving money and has gained a managed, proactive approach to IT with the Ubiquiti Networks upgrade.
BT’s automation platform aims to help customers embrace SD-WAN
The unique platform allows BT to fully integrate solutions from its partners.
Huawei aims to reinvent intelligent network maintenance
By applying intelligent technologies and risk management capability, the service will be able to measure network health and predict network risks.
The channel-only managed networks platform for SMBs
Netgear has released Insight Pro, a platform that leverages the cloud allowing networking resellers and services providers enhanced efficiency.
Boil that old cybersecurity problem down to the packet level, say experts
Cybersecurity is such a multifaceted affair that it can be difficult to prioritise focus, spending, and what to explain to the C-suite.
Ingram and Ruckus team up to reward Kiwi partners
Ingram's partnership with Ruckus is heating up to the benefit of partners - especially those who found themselves in the VIP box for the AB's game.
Ricoh selects Juniper Networks to modernise its network infrastructure
Ricoh was able to reduce its operational workloads through the unified configuration of network devices.
Network infrastructure: The foundation of a successful business
"With modern technologies taking us online, businesses and governments must keep up."
Causing a Ruckus - The next networking Big Dog
This week, Ruckus Networks held its Big Dogs conference in Seoul showcasing new offerings and discussing the opportunities in their sights.
Cambium Networks launches enterprise-class outdoor Wi-Fi access point
High capacity outdoor Wi-Fi deployments must withstand challenging outdoor environments, such as high winds, rain, and extreme temperature ranges.
IDC - Local networking infrastructure market growing at warp speed
Revenue coming from the enterprise space grew by 15% YoY, while service providers revenue growth was stagnant.
Ingram NZ's new network solutions business unit
Mark Dasent will head the revitalised Network Connect business unit with new hires, a new name and leading brands.
Colt activates network in US, joins 870 data centers in Asia & EU
Colt Technology Services (Colt) has officially announced the launch of its software-driven network in the US that already includes 13 cities.
Australian broadband users opting for faster speed tiers, according to NBN
The company states that 70% of new orders on the nbn network are now based on wholesale speed tiers of 50 Mbps (download) or higher.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Big Switch Networks inks new Aussie distie agreement with Orca Tech
Orca Tech will distribute Big Switch’s network packet broker, Big Monitoring Fabric (Big Mon), and its data centre switching fabric.
Data centre switching market growth hits five year high
100-gigabit ethernet port shipments more than doubled year-over-year in 1Q18