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VMware advances hybrid cloud operations and automation
VMware announced advancements across its integrated VMware vRealize cloud management platform.
Spark's Simon Moutter resigns; insider Jolie Hodson to take charge
"I haven’t made any decisions about what I’ll do after I finish at Spark, other than committing the first couple of months to spending some quality time with my family.”
IoT & smart home use cases driving Bluetooth low energy market
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices are expected to reach more than 1.6 billion annual shipments by 2023, signalling a major upsurge in BLE’s application in smart homes, beacons, asset tracking, and other emerging IoT fields.
VMware & UTS mobilise uni students to work from anywhere
Students can simultaneously and seamlessly access apps and workloads online and on any student device, whether they are on-campus, at home, or wherever they have WiFi – including from overseas or in high-latency connectivity areas.
Schneider Electric launches IoT ecosystem
Schneider Electric Exchange will be a cross-industry open ecosystem designed to solve customer problems related to energy and process efficiency.
Migrating to the cloud? It’s time to talk about SD-WAN
Taking the time to come to grips with the technical requirements of the undertaking, including the security measures necessary to protect the integrity of the network, will be the key to successful and safe deployment in 2019 and beyond.
Apple's AirPower Wireless Charging Mat gets axed
Apple has pulled all plans to bring its anticipated AirPower Wireless Charging Mat to market, because it can’t live up to Apple’s ‘high standards’.
DOCOMO expands 5G trials with new partners
The trials will involve field partners, solution partners and DOCOMO as the provider of the 5G test network.
Slingshot warned for misleading discount claims
“It is vital that businesses clearly and accurately represent the key terms of offers made when marketing their products."
Users choosing more competitive fibre deals – report
The summer season was all about fibre with 74% of respondents choosing fibre broadband plans, an increase of 6% on last quarter’s report.
City of Gold Coast rolls out high-speed WiFi network
The network supports more than 31,000 connections per month, with more than 1.7 terabytes used by 2000 concurrent users every day.
Mobile operators, prepare your 4G networks for 5G success
5G is promising a new generation of revolutionary technologies and latency will be a thing of the past while 20Gbps will help speed things up to create more connections than ever before.
WiFi to provide infinite opportunities as the lifeblood of modern cities
It's become virtually impossible to imagine our personal working lives without WiFI, but Ruckus says there's still so much more it can do.
Enterprise WLAN market heading toward global slowdown
Revenue contribution from licenses exceeds contribution from access points for Enterprise Cloud in next five years.
First commercial 5G core expected in 2020
According to a recent Wireless Packet Core Market report, the CAGR is projected to continue to grow at 3%, with 5G just on the horizon.
Hands-on review: Apple AirPods gives unbeatable convenience, but with trade-offs
Apple’s first wireless earphones, the AirPods, have been polarising to say the least.
Interview: Aruba's new security offering, changing partner ecosystem
Hewlett Packard-owned network infrastructure provider Aruba has announced a stronger focus on user experience and cloud enablement.
Making the most of your office’s screen real estate
Digital signage can deliver timely information to a company when they need it.
The opportunities in wifi for partners... and us all
Ruckus president Ian Whiting was surprisingly insightful when it came to the social applications of wireless technologies.
Spark details 5G rollout plans
By 2020, Spark expects its wireless-network specific capex to be between 25%-35% of Spark’s overall capital expenditure envelope.
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.
The Commerce Commission looks to retain its ability to regulate mobile roaming
The regulation would enable a new operator to quickly expand its coverage beyond its own initial physical network.
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.
NetSuite expands network and services of The Executive Centre
By switching from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to NetSuite OneWorld, The Executive Centre has supposedly been able to improve operational efficiency.