Articles about New Zealand
New Zealand has topped an OECD report in fibre-based broadband uptake growth, with the country seeing a 272 percent surge in new fibre subscriptions for the year ending June 2014.
The Christchurch-based open-source specialist has launched an OpenStack-based cloud service after two years of development.
New Zealand telco Spark has seen its profits fall 12.7 percent on back of a 2.7 percent decline in revenue.
A new big data platform-as-a-service offering is expected in the fourth quarter of 2015, based on Pivotal Hadoop software.
Dawie Olivier will join Westpac New Zealand in mid April to take over the permanent position of chief information officer from Jason Millett, who has been acting in the role since March 2014.
A deal announced between IBM and Health Benefits Ltd enables the consolidation of 40 datacentres down to just two.
Canon Australia's managing director Taz Nakamasu has taken on a new role in Canon Japan, while Canon New Zealand's managing director Yusuke Mizoguchi has been named as his successor.
Originally budgeted to cost NZ$80 million, Immigration New Zealand's 'Vision 2015' project to put visa applications online will now cost over NZ$108 million.
Extra costs have hit New Zealand utility Contact Energy's bottom line, but it says its new NZ$150 million billing system is stabilising and it is once again adding customers.
Endace was supposed to be a growth driver for Emulex, but so far has failed to deliver.
Cinema management software developer plans to spread its US footprint through a Texas acquisition.
New Zealand's communications minister says adoption of fibre broadband is accelerating, but progress lags in major cities.
Jade Software has informed its global user base that support for version 6.3 ends in May.
New Zealand's largest telco, Spark, has teamed up with Vocus Communications to create a new company focused on fibre construction in NZ.
Forrester has predicted that in 2015, hardware spending will grow for the first time in years as businesses increase their purchases of tablets, smartphones, and PCs.