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  • Orcon launches 1Gbps broadband services

    ISP Orcon has launched 1Gbps services on the UFB network in Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, Tauranga and Christchurch, costing from $135 a month on a two year plan.

  • Oh my! Ooma lets Kiwi’s talk free on Wi-Fi and mobiles

    US based communications software developer, Ooma, has relaunched its Talkatone app, a consumer mobile app that provides free calling and texting over Wi-Fi or a mobile data connection, in New Zealand, Australia and a handful of other countries (Germany, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, UK).

  • Clouds gather: SecureCom to rescue Atmospheric

    Privately held IT and cloud services provider SecureCom has signed an unconditional agreement to acquire Auckland-based cloud specialist Atmospheric, recently placed in receivership. SecureCom said five of Atmospheric’s staff would join the team at its Auckland site, taking total employee numbers to more than 50.

  • Website lets wholesale investors punt with the angels

    A new online equity crowd funding platform, AngelEquity, has been launched offering wholesale investors the ability to invest in Kiwi startups alongside angel investors. It claims to provide wholesale investors with access to a broad selection of early stage investments presented by angel groups from around the country.

  • Telcos top consumer complaints rankings

    Telecommunications along with domestic appliances was the most complained about industry in 2016, according to the Commerce Commission’s 2016 Consumer Issues Report, released on 27 September.

  • Unitec hosting international cyber security conference

    Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland has won a bid to bring the International Privacy, Security & Trust Conference to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time since its inception 14 years ago. It will be organised in conjunction with the University of New Brunswick.

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