The United States blacklisting of Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies, barring the company from doing business with US tech companies, will not significantly impact the company’s revenues as it generates less than 1% of revenue from the US, says analytics firm GlobalData.
The worldwide cloud infrastructure services market reached a record high in the fourth quarter of 2019, with spending on services growing 37% to over US$30 billion, according to a new report from analyst firm Canalyst.
Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology (IT), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) have announced that they have developed an innovative approach to empower communities around the world through development of a special video program.
Data centre operator NextDC has announced a Microsoft ExpressRoute connection between its S1 Sydney data centre and Microsoft Azure.
Database vendor Oracle has announced its second Australian Gen 2 cloud region in Melbourne as part of its global plans to operate 36 cloud regions by the end of 2020.
Nokia has announced the launch of its Network Operations Master to provide communication service providers (CSPs) with “highly-automated and scalable software for managing their 5G networks”.
Tech giant IBM will sell one of its remaining divisions and disappear into the company it acquired last year — open source firm Red Hat — the veteran technology scribe Robert X. Cringely says in his annual tech predictions.
Australian-listed call recording platform provider Dubber has signed an agreement with Telstra to enable Telstra customers to access Dubber’s Call Recording and Data Capture Platform for business telephony and mobile.
Square – originally famous for its compact payment card readers – is steadily expanding into the omnichannel commerce market.
Mobile industry body GSMA says the MWC Barcelona event scheduled for Barcelona in late February will still go ahead despite concerns about the potential impact on the event of the coronavirus outbreak.
economic espionage. This spyware crap is exploitable by design. Fools. Why not just connect to the fibre backhaul ? Nobody[…]
Beyond political reasons, I'd go so far as to assert the anti-Huawei 'espionage' rhetoric and the accompanying red-baiting being cheerled[…]
The USA only banned Huawei for political reasons and for protecting the telco industry in the USA because they're far[…]
If only, if only, but unfortunately our politicians don't seem to have the necessary to say NO to theses rabid[…]
The difference between Australia and the UK is that the UK did their homework.Up until now the good old USA[…]