Networks news stories - Page 2
The path to an adaptive, modern network
Managing and securing the network looks different than it did just two years ago—especially given that most of these networks are made up of multi-generations of infrastructure stitched together over time.
Telstra enters into new RSP agreement with Opticomm
Telstra has entered into an RSP agreement with Opticomm (A Uniti Group Limited subsidiary) to provide network fibre services to customers.
Zendesk announces new conversational CRM solutions
“The last few years have made it obvious that digital is the front door, convenience is paramount and relationships are anchored in conversations."
How zero trust and SD-WANs can support productive remote working
The way people connect with applications and data has changed, users are remotely accessing resources that could be stored anywhere from a corporate data center to the cloud.
New high-performance cable in the works for Asia
A new high-performance submarine cable is being built to enhance connectivity between Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia.
Telstra expands business offerings in the Philippines
The expansion aims to offer more choice for customers and enhance connectivity into the Philippines, and within the country.
SpaceDC partners with Aofei for data center sales in Asia
SpaceDC has partnered with Aofei Data International to sell Aofei's data centers, CDN and SDN in China.
HMD Global launches G21 smartphone with Vodafone prepaid handset
HMD Global has launched the Nokia G21 G-series smartphone, along with a prepaid handset on the Vodafone network.
Opensignal report analyses and awards NZ network providers
The recent Opensignal Mobile Network Experience Report has revealed new findings and award recognitions for the NZ telco market.
Chorus enhances West Coast infrastructure for upgraded telecoms
Chorus has announced the completion of a 250km infrastructure project set to provide the West Coast with upgraded and enhanced telecommunications.
IT service teams still struggling two years into pandemic
“The survey clearly reveals that traditional IT needs to transform itself in the post-pandemic world to cater to the new realities in the workplace."
Latest NTT updates aim to keep pace with modern business
The new platform is designed to provide a direct path for network transformation and enables organisations to access the latest cloud-based and AI tools.
Cell tower sales may pay off for consumers
The possible sale of cellular telecommunications towers by the two biggest network owners could lead to cheaper services for consumers over the longer term.
Telstra expands regional team through Connected Communities
"Put simply, our Connected Communities program means more boots on the ground in regional Australia," says Telstra chief executive Andrew Penn.
Data Centre 220
Taking a look at NZ's most interconnected data centre
New Zealand's most interconnected data centre is located right in the heart of Queen Street, and you would likely have benefited from its vast array of services either directly or indirectly.
Internet of Things
Spark takes major shareholding in Adroit to enhance IoT
Spark has announced that it will take a significant shareholding in IoT company Adroit, which will enhance IoT solutions for potential customers of both organisations.
Cloudflare responds to API security issues with new solution
Cloudflare API Gateway is designed to simplify the process of identifying, securing and managing APIs of any protocol on a large and interconnected network.
Telecom’s crucial role in enabling digital experiences: What’s next?
Digital innovation is playing an ever more important role in our lives – and telcos are right at the forefront. Telcos provide the fabric, the glue, that's enabling these digital experiences.
NeoPhotonics tech demonstration proves enhanced data center capabilities
NeoPhotonics has announced new technology components set to enhance data center and telecom networks by providing better operational support.
Huawei reveals new wireless network innovation at Pre-MWC briefing
The company says that the new technology will assist carriers in developing autonomous networks through the use of service operation intelligence, experience optimisation, and simplified O&M.
Are New Zealand's sub sea cables a cybersecurity risk?
Submarine cable networks are often perceived as quite an anomaly to some. While they are generally a crucial part of a country's data and communication infrastructure, there is limited knowledge and public perception of the actual technology behind them.
Link revealed between censorship and VPN surges across Asia
Countries across Asia are experiencing a surge of VPN networks, an uptake that is likely due to increased censorship in the region.
How to protect expansive networks to ensure better results
The increasing cost and growing prevalence of cyberattacks has many Australian and New Zealand businesses on edge.
DSL still experiencing rapid rates of decline in OECD countries
High-speed fibre internet continues to be the most significant player in OECD countries, with growth rates still powering ahead of DSL.