Auckland-based supplier of smart manufacturing and Industrial IoT technologies, Faction, is working with global robot manufacturer Universal Robots to supply collaborative robots (cobots) to the New Zealand market.
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Global information services company Experian has brought its dark web monitoring service, CyberAgent, to New Zealand, offering New Zealanders a means of detecting online theft of their personal information.
The Commerce Commission has released its draft decision on the new regulatory regime for fibre broadband networks, to apply from 11 January 2022 until 31 December 20224.
Spark says it will launch fixed 5G wireless broadband in five South Island heartland locations prior to Christmas, followed by further heartland locations from March 2020.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) says state-sponsored cyber attacks on New Zealand organisations are becoming increasingly damaging.
New Zealand cities have fared poorly in an annual ranking of 500 ‘innovation cities’.
Fifty-eight per cent of New Zealand organisations that participated in a 13 country survey by Unisys say they have failed to realise notable benefits from cloud computing, largely because they have not integrated their migration plan into their broader business transformation strategy.
Rural Connectivity Group (RCG) — a joint venture set up in 2017 by Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees to deliver the phase 2 of the Rural Broadband Initiative and the Mobile Blackspot program — has chosen batteries from Australian company Redflow to enable its cell sites in remote rural locations to operate off-grid.
A team at the University of Canterbury claims to have developed computer chips with ‘brain-like functionality’.
Niue and the Cook Islands are set to get their first submarine optic fibre connections following a meeting of regional telecommunications leaders approving the final stages of planning for the installation of the Manatua – One Polynesia Cable.
2degrees conducted risked undermining integrity of MBNZ programme
Kordia is offering its customers access to the Microsoft Azure Peering Service, saying it will provide highly reliable and optimised internet connectivity to Microsoft services.
The New Zealand Government will examine regulation of artificial intelligence in conjunction with the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Spark has launched its trial 5G network covering parts of Auckland Harbour for use by the Emirates Team New Zealand competing in the Americas Cup, due to be held on the harbour in March 2021.
Chorus chair Patrick Strange has warned the Commerce Commission that over-regulation of the UFB network could scare off much needed foreign investment in New Zealand infrastructure.