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Intel's new processors promise to relieve space & power constraints in edge computing
The processors will be supported by system software updates to protect customers from the security exploits like “Spectre” and “Meltdown.”
NEC uses AI to optimize the allocation of network resources
This solution uses AI to automatically classify IoT services based on the characteristics of the traffic that flows into a network.
One of AU’s largest regional universities chooses HPE to future-proof IT
CQUniversity has entered into a multi-year contract with HPE to enhance its data storage and disaster recovery solutions.
IHS: Juniper recognised for router and switch leadership
The automated networking company was placed first in four categories in an IHS 'Markit' survey.
Exclusive interview: AT&T on how they're making waves in A/NZ
AT&T managing director for A/NZ Martin Creighan gives us an update on their A/NZ progress and where they're making technology investments.
Big Switch unveils network visibility platform for 4G/5G LTE mobile networks
Multiple Big Mon Service Nodes can be clustered to deliver multi-terabit performance, thus serving tens of millions of subscribers.
Huawei's FusionCube hyperconverged infrastructure leads Chinese market
This first-place ranking underscores the industry's recognition of Huawei's hyperconverged products...
New tech sets out to liberate IT teams from tedious manual processes
The platform has been introduced as “a transformative approach to liberate IT teams from tedious manual processes.”
Akamai completes acquisition of rDNS security provider Nominum
The firm says Nominum’s DNS-based security solutions support many of the world’s carriers, which fit well with Akamai’s investment in DNS products.
The network operator conundrum of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
When you think of the Fourth Industrial Revolution you most likely think about robots, driverless cars and mobile supercomputing.
Software-defined networking: Moving from the slow to the fast lane
Early adopters of next-gen data center networking technologies tend to be large financial institutions and enterprises and government departments.
Increase performance with Huawei and SAP HANA’s network solutions
SAP HANA can transform business modelling, implementation, and interconnection as well as explore new business opportunities.
Exclusive interview: Ruckus on public Wi-Fi and A/NZ smart cities
For organisations with a Wi-Fi network with hundreds of thousands of access points, keeping on top of huge volumes of data traffic can be a challenge.
Silver Peak's CEO shares his tech predictions for 2018
As SD-WAN hits mainstream, the largest independent SD-WAN vendors will likely be in a position to pursue an initial public offering.
Broadcom completes $5.9 Billion acquisition of Brocade
The deal was first announced in November last year but had experienced delays.
Queensland: Schneider Electric & Optus help build cyclone resilient data center
The collaboration will build a new, energy-efficient Tier 3 managed data center in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia.
Who is ToooAir? The Aussie company developing push-to-talk radios for the digital age
ToooAir’s Push-to-Talk over Cellular technology products are modern versions of the classic radio transceivers.
NBN reports “strong growth” with Q1 fiscal 2018 results
NBN says the Q1 report shows strong results across all key targets.
4.5G has just arrived in Invercargill
Spark announced that Invercargill has become the 25th mobile site with 4.5G...
Digital transformation has far-reaching implications for CIOs
Is it time to invest in a tool that is not bound to a specific technology vendor?
Cyber criminals too smart for firewalls & virus scanners - here's what you need
Two thirds of internet users have been victims of cybercrime, with more that 1.5 million new victims every day.
Six steps to finding the ideal network monitoring solution
Ever since the early days of networking, IT security has been top of mind for IT administrators - and today, that’s never been more true.
CASE STUDY: Paessler gives big four services firm networking usability and transparency
The professional services firm lacked a centralised view of its network and was dependent on multiple monitoring tools for insights.
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