Articles about New Zealand
Optus Satellite has inked a three-year wholesale deal with New Zealand internet provider, Wireless Nation, to deliver satellite broadband services to customers across the county.
Telecommunications network company Chorus sticks with market guidance as regulator backdates decision and charges interest.
The New Zealand Inland Revenue Department has given TechnologyOne the green light to offer its New Zealand customers enterprise software-as-a-service via its TechnologyOne cloud, which is hosted in Australia.
Mega Upload founder Kim Dotcom headed back to the High Court this week to retrieve his New Zealand assets, which were seized during his arrest in January 2012.
A new ad-hoc fibre link lit up yesterday in Auckland to speed research data traffic between Australia and New Zealand.
Qrious has announced it will be using Apigee's API platform, giving the company the opportunity to manage and monitor its data, analytics, and application platform.
Facebook strives for robust open source communities at its first Hack programming language developer day.
Acquisition is the second in six months as New Zealand-based TSG buys its way into UK and European markets.
Xero has appointed three new directors to its board, including Australian-based Lee Hatton who will be bringing her 17+ years of banking and finance experience to the company.
Having acquired UK-based payments platform DFC, New Zealand’s DebitSuccess promises US and Indian market entries.
Loyalty New Zealand has recently realised that the value of data is not big data but rather the finer details that can be extracted from it.
Telecom escapes legacy lock-in with a cloud-based billing engine for its new no-frills, unlimited data product.
Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has labelled proponents of Edward Snowden's whistleblower status as naive, gullible, and anarchic, in a speech delivered in Washington DC overnight.
Coco-Cola Amatil (CCA) has signed a "multimillion dollar" agreement with IBM to move its SAP infrastructure for its South Pacific operation into the cloud.
The regulatory status quo, cutting the amount Chorus can charge for wholesale copper broadband services, remains in place.