Australian AI specialist SenSen Networks has been awarded a tender worth approximately $2.5 million by the City of Las Vegas.
The influential ginger group hoping to reform the Australian Computer Society is in it for the long haul, says Professor Ashley Goldsworthy.
The NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's broadband network, has created a $150 million fund to help low-income families with home schooling and small and medium-sized businesses and households who face financial issues during the coronavirus lockdown.
Integrated cloud communications platform provider 8x8 has launched its Video MeetingsPro solution powered by open source community vendor Jitsi.
The University of Canberra (UC) has powered its Digital Student Journey (DSJ) program with workflow automation vendor Boomi’s cloud integration and data management platform.
Tasmanian electricity transmission and distribution network provider TasNetworks has selected networking systems and services vendor Ciena to address rising bandwidth requirements driven by IoT, 5G and data centre services.
Western Sydney University has deployed Nintex’s visual process mapping and management capability aimed at encouraging university-wide collaboration between teams.
A number of indicators for IT spending backs forecasts that while 2020 may see a decrease in overall tech spending, there is scope for short-term investments by businesses as part of their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Melbourne-based fintech Airwallex has closed its series D funding round, raising US$160 million and attracting new investors.
British telecommunications provider BT will use equipment from Swedish manufacturer Ericsson for the core parts of its 5G network, with the dual-mode 5G core to be deployed on BT's network cloud.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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