New South Wales' new finance minister wants to reward government agencies with funding for data-driven initiatives.
Superloop's submarine cable connecting Chai Wan with Hong Kong's datacentre hub TKO has been installed, with end-to-end testing and provisioning to follow ahead of service availability next month.
IBM is prepping Watson to work alongside primary care physicians and streamline processes. The company also added features to its Watson-based health cloud services.
Macquarie Telecom has completed the expansion of its 'intellicentre' bunker in Canberra, enabling federal government agencies to fulfil their cloud first policy.
The South Korean electronics giant says it has further strengthened the wide-angle back camera on the G6 with dual 1.3 megapixel resolution while designing it to not protrude.
Spark's 'street in a week' fibre upgrade program is coming to Christchurch this week, with 180 premises to be offered fast upgrades from copper to fibre broadband services.
Spark, 2degrees, and InternetNZ are seeking a 36-hour delay in the event of the Sky TV-Vodafone NZ merger being approved by the New Zealand Commerce Commission.
Samsung Electronics has developed 5G RF Integrated Circuit (RFIC) chips that it says will allow commercial deployment of the next-generation network in 2018.
The South Korean telco's end-to-end live-streaming platform will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress.
Chorus has reported a net profit of NZ$66 million on revenue of NZ$529 million in spite of losing fixed-line and broadband customers as local fibre and wireless companies increase their market share across New Zealand.