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Tait Communications hires new CEO
"Tait is a business with such immense potential..."
Startup? Global company? How the cloud answers very different tech requirements
Two companies which occupy quite different positions have both answered their technology requirements by looking to cloud solutions provided by Amazon Web Services.
Tait secures Brisbane Airport digital mobile radio upgrade ahead of G20
New Zealand communications technology exporter wins contract to upgrade and manage Brisbane Airport's digital mobile radio communications system as the city readies itself for the G20 Leaders Summit.
Kiwi suppliers set to benefit following Christchurch win in Southeast Asia
"Our clients make up a global community of agencies that allow Tait to succeed across competitive international markets and return valuable export dollars to New Zealand."
Mobility growth drives new Tait Communications partnership
"Mobile technology is growing in importance for our clients’ operations as they seek to become more efficient and proactive in the field."
Tait targets global utilities market after Kiwi success
Tait Communications is focusing on growing its share of the global utilities market after successfully installing a Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) network for a leading Canterbury utility company.
NZ Tech – Helping win the America’s Cup
"What Team New Zealand has done up here [in San Francisco] in the world of technology, design and IT has been absolutely staggering… Team New Zealand was the talk of Silicon Valley."
Kiwi tech firms unite in global security push
High-growth technology companies form the Security Technology Alliance, designed to create a new high-growth and high-value industry category for the country.
At scale: doing business in the cloud
Tait communications received something of a jolt during the canterbury earthquakes...
Christchurch company wins Costa Rica contract
Tait Communications to provide over 1,800 portable and mobile digital radios to country's largest electric utility company.