Vodafone NZ plans on trialling self-optimising networks and heterogeneous networks (hetnet) in this fiscal year.
Stories by Sathya Mithra Ashok
Wil McLellan, director of EPIC Innovation Centre in Christchurch, was recently selected from a pool of international applicants to be an Eisenhower Fellow, and will travel to the US in September to participate in the 2014 Eisenhower Innovation Program.
The New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZTech) and Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT)have teamed up to create Shadow IT, a programme aimed at exposing school-age women to the benefits of the a career in IT.
Rackspace is planning to hire in New Zealand in the next few months to support its activity in the country.
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research's GM of IT, Arian de Wit, talks about the organisation's disaster response and recovery plan and 'evolutionary culture'.
Home-grown data warehousing specialists, Wherescape, is targeting global expansion, even as it continues work on the product side and changes the way it gains business.
There are not many people who understand Oracle, and its presence in NZ, as well as Robert Gosling does. With over 22 years at Oracle under his belt, the current MD of Oracle NZ took over the role for the second time over roughly ten months back. In this interview he discusses Oracle's move into new solution areas, such as mobile, and what this means for customers and partners.
NetHui, InternetNZ's annual conference, brought together professionals, academics and government representatives into bustling sessions to discuss the current role of the internet in the country and the future for it in the next 25 years.
Ora, a software platform that is designed for small and medium businesses (SMEs) and is meant to provide integrated business services to them on a cloud model, has been launched by serial entrepreneur Christina Domecq.
Wireless Internet provider Tomizone is near completion of its pilot with Skype to provide free Wi-Fi connectivity across 15 sites in Australia and New Zealand.
Cloud backup and disaster recovery provider Plan B has launched a new brand, Southern Cross Data Centers (SXDC), under which it will offer data centre colocation services to regional integrators and large corporates in NZ.
Distributor Westcon Group is piloting its own cloud managed services and syndication platform among reseller partners in NZ.
External threats might be what you read about most in the media, but internal inadvertent mistakes can cause as much harm for any organisation, according to industry experts.
Come 8 August, Telecom NZ will officially become Spark New Zealand.
Fibre network provider, Enable, has announced that as part of its network build programme, an additional 26,000 customers across Christchurch will receive access to its services by July 2015.