New Zealand’s Invert Robotics has secured a US$8.8 million round of funding, with the capital raised to be used to scale the company’s team, and to fund the planned opening of a US office and expansion of its technology platform and industry-specific solutions.
Australia’s competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has inked a new memorandum of co-operation with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation which it says will strengthen the agencies’ joint efforts in combating cartels and other anti-competitive behaviour.
New Zealand cable operator Hawaiki Submarine Cable has extended its presence in the United States from Hillsboro, Oregon, to the Westin Building Exchange carrier hotel and data centre in Seattle, Washington, to support its clients’ capacity requirements between New Zealand, Australia, and the US.
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