Concepts such as Network as a Service are catching hold as external networks move off their on-premises hardware base.
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TPG has said that Australian Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull acted too hastily in issuing a draft regulation forcing the company to develop a wholesale product for its fibre-to-the-basement networks.
Samsung's fourth quarter preliminary sales show the mobile unit may be improving, but the company will need to provide applications with real Internet of things intelligence if it wants to smooth out the feast or famine hardware business.
CEO and founder of Cyanogen, a company that specializes in modding Android, strikes out at one of the largest and most popular Android hardware makers.
Symantec wasn't the only company following Regin. Kaspersky and F-Secure have something to say about who was hit. Regin also spies on GSM cellular networks.
This week, NBN Co commenced construction on its one millionth premises, the company said in a Senate Estimates hearing, where it also revealed that it has yet to gain access to any part of the hybrid fibre-coaxial networks that it expects will make up almost a third of its final footprint.
Telco equipment manufacturing company Arris is convinced that NBN Co's strategy for HFC networks will work, drawing on overseas examples as evidence.
Stratus has long been a proponent of continuous processing solutions for critical workloads. They've offered both hardware- and software-based approaches. Now, the company is using that technology to make OpenStack workloads highly available.
NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has said that should TPG roll out fibre networks along with Telstra and Optus in competition with the NBN, it would undermine the business model for the company.
The Chinese hardware company is making a push into the EU, starting with the east.
Apple's a hardware company, Microsoft's a software company, and Google makes almost all of its income from advertising. All three companies have been trying for years to diversify their revenue streams. How's that working out?
Australian networks and datacentre company Vocus Communications will acquire ASG Group's Bentley datacentre for AU$11.7 million.
Like previous quarters, hardware remains a sore spot for IBM. However, the company delivered better than expected earnings and sales in the second quarter.
India's second-largest public traded company, Reliance Industries met with South Korean ICT businesses, mobile hardware device developers, and manufacturing sites.
Australian networks and datacentre company Vocus will acquire New Zealand-based fibre company FX Networks for AU$107.7 million.
BlackBerry is in the midst of turning from hardware to services, and the restructuring appears to be fruitful. The company still experienced losses in Q1, but the financial result is not as bad as expected.
Although the company has the systems architecture you might expect from a 230,000-employee, US$60bn business, it's not immune to mundane problems like the lack of IT capacity and the headache of managing data centres and hardware.
iiNet has said the opening up of the HFC networks owned by Telstra and Optus to the NBN will help the company woo new customers in those areas.
With Intel rumored to be backing the company, OrCam's glasses frame-mounted camera could help the blind - and create new categories of hardware products.
How did one system architecture remain current and interesting for 50 years? It's partly about the hardware. It's partly about the software. It's totally about a company dedicated to remaining current, vital and of value to its customers.
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