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Wednesday, 13 November 2019 13:00

Equinix opens eighth Sydney data centre

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Data centre operator Equinix continues its Australian expansion with the opening of its eighth International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre in Sydney - named SY5 - with an initial investment of approximately $224 million.

Broadcast transmission service Broadcast Australia has officially launched its rebranding to BAI Communications Australia as part of a strategy to extend its service offering to existing and potential customers, and drawing on its global experience designing, building, and operating communications infrastructure and networks.

Telstra has announced the latest addition to its locator product range, launching a new tag developed in partnership with 5G and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions provider Inseego.

Hands up those of us who enjoy eating out at restaurants and having a night out at the movies. Both activities may soon be a thing of the past thanks to the likes of UberEats, Netflix and other digital marketplace disruptors.

Wednesday, 13 November 2019 10:47

Macquarie Telecom inks deal with Open Minds

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Macquarie Telecom has signed a deal to provide mental health and disability support services provider Open Minds with critical mobile, voice, NBN and SD-WAN services to underpin the company’s expansion plans.

Cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve claims that as many Australians (17%) as own more than one investment property also own digital currencies, and predicts that more than half the population under 40 will own cryptocurrencies in five years.

Australian firm Fast Data Recovery, which has been claiming to be able to decrypt files encrypted by the Windows Dharma ransomware, is offering its services from a second site, under the domain ransomware-recovery.com.au.

Wednesday, 13 November 2019 09:32

Hawaiki signs deal with Australia's Anycast

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New Zealand submarine cable system operator Hawaiki Submarine Cable has signed a deal with Australian wholesale network provider Anycast Networks whereby the latter will use its year-old cable system as a primary source of capacity between Australia and the US.

Dell EMC PowerOne autonomous infrastructure combines various families from the Dell portfolio with an intelligence engine to automate previously manual operations.

NTT Pro Cycling's 2020 lineup was selected with the assistance of an analytics system co-created by sponsor NTT and the team.

Sendai City in the Tohoku Region of Japan and Nokia have successfully conducted a test flight of a Nokia drone on a private LTE network provided by Nokia Digital Automation Cloud, to test the potential to use drones for tsunami evacuation alerts.

Payment security compliance has declined for the second year in a row, with organisations based in the Americas lagging behind worldwide counterparts, including the Asia Pacific region, according to a new report from US telco Verizon which reveals that only 1 in 3 companies globally make the grade on compliance and just 1 in 5 in the Americas.

Online food delivery service Deliveroo has launched “Pick Up”, its new click and collect service, in the Australian market.

Monash University researchers will play a key role in a new Australian Research Council (ARC) centre examining the use of automated decision-making technologies across the healthcare, social services, transport and media industries.

Qualcomm and Ericsson have taken a step forward in the large-scale rollout of 5G across Switzerland with a claimed first over-the-air, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) 5G data call successfully carried out.

Tuesday, 12 November 2019 11:40

Uber launches customer loyalty program

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Uber Australia has launched a customer loyalty program to reward people for riding with the ride share company and dining through Uber Eats.

Five months after it obtained a deposit-taking licence from the regulator APRA, the Australian digital bank 86 400 has started offering home loans with next to no paperwork, speeding up the time it takes from application to approval.

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