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Tomizone, AU$5 million the richer, executes growth plan
Kiwi Wi-Fi company Tomizone is gearing up for a major assualt on international markets after securing AU$5 million in public capital funding.
An iPhone controlled BBQ?? Are you kidding????
Green Mountain Grill sports a Wi-Fi access point and is iPhone controlled. It's an improbable combo, but in use it worked well.
VoIP and IMS market hits $1.3bn
The carrier VoIP market is off to a strong start in 2015 and shows no signs of letting down, with more providers expanding their offerings.
Hills top dog for Ruckus Wireless
Hills has taken out the Distributor of the Year award for Ruckus Wireless, after helping grow the vendor’s Australian revenues by 30% year on year.
Tomizone eyes major expansion following capital raising
Kiwi managed Wi-Fi service company Tomizone completes AU$5 million capital raising today as international sales pipeline 'explodes'.
Could Google upset the mobile Apple cart with Google Fi?
“If you want to become a millionaire, buy into telecommunications - just make sure you’re a billionaire to start with.”
Dell-Aerohive deal to counteract HP-Aruba acquisition?
Dell will resell Aerohive wireless products, boosting its portfolio in the wake of HP's acquisition of Aruba.
Connector Systems' deal brings WaaS to resellers
Connector Systems' resellers can now offer a WiFi-as-a-service offering, after the distributor inked an exclusive distribution deal with CloudRuckus.
Cloud-based Purple WiFi sets it sights on ANZ
Cloud-based social WiFI provider Purple WiFi has today announced its expansion to Australia and New Zealand.
Kiwi businesses cutting the cord with wireless
New Zealand enterprises are preparing for an all-wireless world, with GenMobile employees and students driving a trend to 802.11ac’s gigabit Wi-Fi.
Vodafone scores Fullers free wifi on the water contract
Fullers has launched free 3G/4G service on Auckland ferries.
Rugby and Wi-Fi: The perfect combination?
Fancy dress and alcohol sales weren’t the only things to get a boost thanks to the Rugby Sevens last weekend, with Wi-Fi provider CityLink reporting record Wi-Fi traffic in Wellington.
Meru Networks appoints Blue Connections as new ANZ channel partner
"The partnership will help Blue Connections ensure it is exceeding the expectations of its New Zealand clients."
Top 5 enterprise wireless predictions for 2015
In 2015 Wi-Fi is set to be more important than ever for enterprises, says Salah Nassar, Ruckus Wireless, enterprise product marketing, senior manager.
InterCity buses offer free onboard Wi-Fi with Spark
From this summer travellers and tourists will benefit from seamless 3G and 4G mobile Wi-Fi across New Zealand’s largest passenger transport network.
Slingshot launches data only plans for online messaging
Slingshot says many mobile phone users only use the call function when they need to get hold of people urgently, and that a growing number of their users prefer to communicate via messaging apps such as Facebook, email and Whatsapp.
Wireless storage device My Passport now available in New Zealand
Save, access and share stored content wirelessly with any smartphone, tablet, computer or other device with My Passport.
AVG steps up its Wi-Fi security offerings
AVG has launched a new version of the AVG Wi-Fi Assistant, an Android app that protects users from Wi-Fri tracking and hacking
Free Wi-Fi at Christchurch Hospital
Christchurch Hospital is offering free access to its Wi-Fi to patients and visitors with a six month trial.
Aruba NZ: How to get rightsizing wireless right...
Help your customers rightsize right, with these tips from Richard Batchelar, Aruba New Zealand territory manager.
How to migrate painlessly to 802.11ac Wi-Fi…
The pace at which Wi-Fi has become an integral part of the wireless landscape is set to accelerate rather than ease, as wireless becomes users’ primary connection.
Ruckus: Hitting the Wi-Fi sweet spot
Network functions virtualisation is offering up benefits for end users and the New Zealand reseller channel, says Renilda Saguil, Ruckus Wireless country sales manager.
Wellington welcomes ‘offsite campus’ to CBD
"By extending the eduroam footprint beyond institutional boundaries, we’re turning Wellington’s CBD into an offsite campus for the global knowledge community."
Fortinet explains why secure Wi-Fi is no longer an oxymoron...
A security-centric infrastructure enables you to secure your Wi-Fi network with confidence, says Fortinet's Scott Cowan.