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Monash University to launch centre for blockchain research
From fintech to supply chain management, the MBTC will develop secure foundations for this technology, and demonstrate its usability and practical outcomes.
Huawei Cloud’s four steps to successful AI implementation
"To successfully implement AI, we must coordinate four key roles: clear business scenarios, ISVs/SIs, devices/processes, and AI platforms.”
Vertiv chooses CSL as supplier of UPS products in NZ
Vertiv has appointed Cuthbert Stewart as its New Zealand distributor for Vertiv Liebert Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) for the local wholesale electrical, industrial, and utilities sectors.
Opportunity growing in cyber-physical system market
The market for systems that monitor and control mechanical devices will more than double in the next 10 years with security a priority.
Aussie tech company aims to nix shipping emissions globally
Calix claims its exhaust scrubbing technology can go as far as making the global shipping industry carbon negative.
IDC: Manufacturing, retail/wholesale biggest cloud spenders
"Industry cloud growth rates will continue to accelerate over the next three years, which is very unusual for multi-billion-dollar markets,”
New report details rising international investment in NZ tech companies
The annual investor guide is jointly published by Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and the Technology Investment Network (TIN)
Splunk aims to sort out industry data with new IoT offering
Splunk IAI offers a packaged set of capabilities that aim to help customers pivot their operational strategy from reactive to proactive.
Green Party comes out guns blazing, promising a carbon neutral NZ
The Green Party says that New Zealand has been held back from embracing clean economic opportunities, they plan on changing that...