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Extreme Networks adds AI-powered edge network solution
The new solution brings intelligence, adaptability and security to campus and distributed environments via on-premise deployments or as-a-service.
Ian Whiting named as new president of Ruckus Networks
The ARRIS executive and leading industry expert will oversee the Enterprise Networks business segment.
Huawei to Australian MPs: You've heard the rumours, now get the facts
Despite China’s nefarious role in Australian activities, nobody should be pointing the finger at Huawei, the company claimed this week.
The business case for SaaS migration
"As Gartner has stated, SaaS is the inevitable future of business software."
Chorus to expand Wi-Fi trials following Christchurch success
Chorus and N4L announced they are expanding a trial that uses Chorus network infrastructure to bring free internet into the homes of students.
NETGEAR adds Power-over-Ethernet capability to Smart Managed Pro Switches
Netgears its range of Smart Managed Pro Switches with four new switches that support Power-over-Ethernet (PoE+) and SFP ports for fibre uplinks.
Enterprise WLAN market keeps steady growth pace in Q1
Enterprise wireless local area network (WLAN) across the globe have continued to rise during Q1 2018, continuing a steady growth rate from 2017.
'Versatile' smart speaker Sonos Beam to land in NZ from August
Sonos is ramping up the integration of streaming content and wireless smart speakers in a market that it says is constantly filled with tech clutter.
Taking control: why network visibility doesn't have to be complicated for SMBs
Managing and configuring an SMBs range of access points can be a real hassle, here's why it doesn't have to be.
Giving your networking services business a significant boost with Netgear ‘Insight’
Insight gives partners “Unified visibility and control” over their clients networking environments, and allows them to build and grow their business.
Govt must be wary of increasing digital divide with 5G deployment - Chorus
The company has responded to a request from MBIE for feedback on the challenges and opportunities of a 5G rollout.
NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Research focus areas will include IoT, AI, data analytics, programmable networks and wireless technologies.
ComCom requesting telco feedback on funding for future fibre regulation
The Commerce Commission has calculated that it would cost $12 million to implement the proposed regulation over a three-year period.
ComCom preparing for looming telco regulation with new study
“Starting this study now under our market studies power in the Telecommunications Act gives us a head start on gathering information."
No sale: Vocus no longer looking to sell NZ business
The Sydney-based telco says the decision to hold on to the business is in the best interest of shareholders.
D-Link launches new Wi-Fi range extender
The AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender includes four external antennas and amplifiers designed to optimise coverage and maximise range.
Broadband Compare unveils NZ Compare umbrella brand
The decision was made to allow better engagement and communication with both customers and clients.
DIGMYIDEA Maori Innovation Challenge launches
The DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge is now open, with the competition calling on budding Māori digital entrepreneurs to put their ideas forward.
InternetNZ announces new leadership roles
"InternetNZ’s work on the issues and policies that impact the internet in New Zealand is a vital part of the organisation."
Spark buys 2019 Rugby World Cup broadcast rights, should you worry?
Spark announced that it has secured the rights to bring to New Zealanders the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Vodafone disappointed in commerce commission FibreX charges
Vodafone's coaxial cable is supposedly different from copper, which ADSL and VDSL run on.
Robots, drones and connected cars: Spark shows off their 5G future
Recently I had the opportunity to visit Spark at their Auckland headquarters to explore their vision of the 5G future.
Chorus and Spark comment on the impact of last night’s storm
The majority of issues have been caused by power outages.
Former Internet Australia CEO weighs in on FTTC rollout
In response to a rising tide of complaints from unhappy customers, NBN Co has now headed for a halfway house.