Vocus has accused NBN of using the latest lockdown as an opportunity to profiteer.
Chromium-based browser maker Brave takes its privacy message to online video meetings.
Dell Technologies reckons its AIOps software and integration with its hardware can get infrastructure to level 3 of a 5 level autonomous infrastructure scale.
Once again, if a malicious actor can hit port 443 on vCenter Server, it's goodnight nurse.
StarHub is forking out $162.8 million to acquire a 50.1% stake in MyRepublic's broadband operations in Singapore, which account for 6% share of the local market, in a deal that doesn't include the latter's mobile business or overseas entities.
The renewed partnership will allow Rakuten to launch enterprise-focused private 5G and IoT services.
More than half of all respondents said they used a public cloud, a 5% bump compared to 2019, and 21% additionally said they deploy multiple public clouds.
Nutanix is launching AOS version 6, Nutanix Era and other new tools to help customers manage data and build out software-defined data centers.
Nokia's FP5 network processors are designed for service providers that have to meet the higher broadband demands triggered by the pandemic while addressing the spike in denial of service attacks.
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The rollout of the Starlink terminals will be a month later than planned.
Lenovo's cross-screen initiative can transcend Wi-Fi networks and may soon bridge locations. But it doesn't yet reach across Lenovo's smartphone brand, which has launched its own screen-hopping effort.
Zoho released a patch for the issue on September 6.
Taara's wireless optical beams fiber-like speeds in difficult terrain.
APNIC's Geoff Huston predicts a world where paranoid apps add 'oblivion' to the DNS to protect privacy. Their privacy, not yours.
Before Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Edge, there were Mosaic, Cello, and Viola.
The TRENDnet TUC-ET5G USB-C 3.1 to 5GBASE-T Ethernet adapter is capable of some serious data throughput -- up to 5Gbps over existing Cat5e or better cabling.
If you need a portable USB-C hub with an Ethernet port, this is for you.
Netgear expands its Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 offering with a new, lower-priced, Orbi RBK752 mesh system.
Universal USB 3.1 Type-C docking station with Power Delivery. 4K-capable HDMI display (4K at 30Hz, 2560x1600 at 60Hz). Provides 60W of power to charge attached system
The OWC Thunderbolt 3 10G Ethernet Adapter capable of connecting to hyper-fast networks and offers amazing output speeds up to 10GBASE-T.
Need to connect your new laptop to a wired Ethernet network? Plugable has released a new 2.5Gbps Ethernet adapter, compatible with USB-C and USB 3.2 Gen 1.
Adding many terabytes of storage to a network.
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The creators of the Internet didn't finish the job, and as a consequence, the users of social networks have no control over their identities, and a now range of options. Tiernan Ray says it's time to finish the work of the Internet with a personal protocol. Read more: https://zd.net/3kLHXgf
In a bid to help local farmers manage the effects of weather and climate change, Telstra has partnered with the Queensland government and the Bureau of Meteorology on the project.
After calls from New Zealand regulator to improve transparency around costs and data usage.
After performing 5G testing of the low band spectrum since November last year.
With the rollout, Samsung becomes the first new radio network vendor to deploy a commercial network in New Zealand in over a decade.
Optus chosen as network provider for 'enabling partnership in Australia’s 5G development while others are actively inhibiting it'.
While low Earth orbit satellites are touted as capable of serving remote areas, Norfolk Island Council wants a subsea cable connection after years of space-based connectivity.
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Transit link measuring 60kms took a year to get back up.
Having deployed non-standalone 5G services last year, the Singapore telco will again work with Nokia to build out a "cloud-native" 5G standalone network, with services projected to launch later this year.
NBN, Concerotel, and Zetifi pick up grants to test ways to make calling better for the bush.