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  • Wynyard plunges to six month $37.5m loss

    Struggling NZX-listed cyber security company, Wynyard (NZX: WYN) has reported a pre-tax loss of $37.6m for the six months to 30 June 2016, double its loss for the same period in 2015. Revenue was $12.9m, only marginally up on the $12.4m for the same period last year.

  • New MD for NEC NZ

    NEC New Zealand has named Takashi Tada, presently general manager of corporate strategy at NEC Australia, as its new managing director.

  • DRFortress to build and run Hawaiki’s Hawaii landing station

    Hawaiki Submarine Cable has named DRFortress as its landing and operating partner in Hawaii saying this will make the Hawaiki cable landing station, on the main island of Oahu, the first open-access station in Hawaii and will “help to unlock the Hawaiian connectivity market.”

  • Serko to upgrade Sabre Online travel booking system

    NZ Stock Exchange listed online travel booking and expense management company Serko (NZX: SKO) has announced a collaboration with global travel systems operator, Sabre Corporation to develop the next version of Sabre Online.

  • Merger with M2 makes Vocus a force in NZ

    ASX listed Vocus Communications (ASX: VOC) has almost tripled its New Zealand revenues for FY16, following its merger with trans-Tasman telco group M2 in February this year. It has set itself the goal of being “the leading challenger telco across Australia and New Zealand.”

  • Sigfox LPWan IoT network reaches 50 percent NZ coverage

    Kordia — the company rolling out the Sigfox low-powered wide area IoT network fo Thinxtra, the Australia and New Zealand licensee — says it has now reached coverage of 50 percent of the New Zealand population, following commissioning of a new site in Hamilton.

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