Telstra will hand over ownership of its copper and hybrid fibre-coaxial networks to NBN Co for the multi-technology mix network under a new deal signed on Sunday.
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As part of its FutureScape prediction series for 2015, IDC looked at the impending IoT space from a broad spectrum of angles, including network capacity, security and cloud.
The South Australian government, Adelaide City Council, and Cisco are launching an Internet of Things innovation hub to encourage startups to develop applications through the AdelaideFree Wi-Fi network.
Telstra's stake in fixed networks will be significantly reduced once NBN Co 're-nationalises' the copper network and buys it back from Telstra, according to CEO David Thodey.
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has said it will need additional resources to oversee new powers planned for Australian intelligence agencies to access computers and networks during investigations.
Approval is contingent upon Telefonica selling up to 30 percent of its network capacity.
According to new research, the enterprise is ready to capitalize on the Internet of Things — but network capacity and security is scuppering adoption rates.
By merging Tail-f's network service orchestration tools with Cisco's cloud and virtualization portfolio, the plan is automate (and hopefully simplify) provisioning and management for physical and virtual networks.
Google is putting its network where its mouth is by offering free Internet peering over its Google Fibre network to media providers and content delivery networks.
We're leaving the era of standalone social networks and moving to a far more interconnected world. The digital enterprise approach combines vestigial point solutions and legacy applications into cohesive next generation systems of engagement.
Cloud-based applications impose different types of stress on wide area networks that do traditional applications. Riverbed believes that SteelHead 8.6 can optimize network traffic to better meet business requirements.
Up to 100 people can now dial in at once for a video conference on cloud-based conferencing platform, Blue Jeans Network, which has upped its offering from a 25 participant capacity and introduced new record and share features.
The industry is used to considering system, storage, and application lifecycles. Companies routinely cycle through new requirements, standing up something new to address the requirements, running for a time, and then retiring equipment or applications. Does it make sense to do the same with networks and networking equipment?
It's not unusual to find companies relying on human resources applications that are 10 years old and counting, one reason these solutions are central to Hexaware Technologies' cloud practice.
HP embeds support for the OpenFlow communications protocol into a wider range of network infrastructure and releases applications for its software-defined networking controller.
New designation recognizes the California-based systems integrator's investment in technical expertise and resources for geospatial applications.
iiNet is investing over AU$15 million in the first half of this year in IT upgrades and improving network capacity.
As NBN Co looks to use existing cable networks in lieu of fibre, Optus has revised its previous claim that it wouldn't be able to provide wholesale services on the HFC network.
France's second- and third-biggest mobile network operators have signed an agreement to share their mobile networks outside of major towns and cities.
Dell doesn't wants to be just your data center server provider. In partnership with Cumulus Networks, they want to be your open-source network services provider as well.
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