Kim Dotcom’s legal team has said it will appeal against the High Court’s decision that he and two colleagues can be extradited and face trial in the US or a range of charges stemming from Kim Dotcom making copyright material available via his Megaupload service.
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Spark has teamed up with Enable, the local fibre network provider for greater Christchurch, to trial a way of accelerating the rollout of UFB fibre to premises.
The minister for Economic Development and minister of Transport, Simon Bridges, has announced that New Zealand wil join Australia to develop and trial satellite technology to improve the accuracy of satellite navigation systems such as GPS, and will contribute $A2m to the project.
Chorus has reported net profit after tax for the six months to 31 December 2016 of $66m, double the figure for the same period last year. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) were up 60 percent to $335m.
The Multicore World 2017 conference to be held in Wellington from February 20 to 22 promises some pretty heady presentations on cutting edge technologies. How about posits, approximate computing, quantum information, exascale computing?
LookSee Wellington, an initiative of the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) and Workhere New Zealand designed to attract IT professionals to New Zealand, has joined a growing list of overseas organisations seeking to exploit president Donald Trump’s clampdown on migrants and visitors to the US.
PwC has released the results of its 20th annual NZ CEO survey saying it shows cyber threats, skills shortages and the speed of technological change as CEOs main worries. Ninety one percent were worried about cyber security, 84 percent about the availability of key skills and 84 percent about the speed of technological change.
The CultivateIT cluster, which already boasts around 50 members, has been officially launched at Waikato Innovation Park as part of the Waikato Tech Showcase.
Mobile commerce company, Pushpay Holdings (NZX: PPH) has scored a Research and Development (R&D) Growth Grant from Government R&D agency Callaghan Innovation worth up to $15 million over three years. It follows the company gaining a $960,000 R&D grant from Callaghan in June 2015.
Spark has reported increases in revenue, EBITDA and NPAT for the six months to 32 December but says full year revenue and EBITDA are likely to show zero or minimal growth as a result, in part, of an unexpected estimated $15m increase in full year capex necessitated by the recent Kaikoura earthquake.
Northpower Fibre has become the first telco in the world to demonstrate Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2 (NG-PON2) technology in a live network, according to its technology supplier Calix.
US based business process management (BPM) and customer relationship management (CRM) software company Pegasystems has opened its first office in New Zealand, in Wellington, headed by David Hill.
If at Family First you don’t succeed, try, try again. The organisation has made its third attempt to raise awareness of excessive screen viewing by New Zealand children.
Spark has selected Ericsson to supply an IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) to bring together its multiple core networks into one IP network.
PwC New Zealand is warning New Zealand banks that 80 percent of their consumer banking business could be disrupted by the end of the decade through the creative use of technology by new players.
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