Water and atmospheric research institute NIWA and partners are investing in three new supercomputers to enhance scientists’ abilities to solve vexing problems.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Government procurement action is continuing as the Department of Internal Affairs refreshes its all-of-government ICT security panel and NZTA creates a new application services panel.
IBM New Zealand has recorded reduced sales and gross profit for the year to December 2016, however net profit improved on the disposal of its financing business.
Samsung has returned to the number one position in a slowing New Zealand smartphone market as the channel works to clear inventory.
General manager digital strategy Simona Turin yesterday took AWS Summiteers under the covers of Air New Zealand's ambitious digital programme.
The Government is planning a package of telecommunications reforms including the creation of a utility model for Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) and the deregulation of copper lines where fibre is available.
The lead government ICT agency has secured one of Amazon Web Services' first all-of-government supplier agreements.
Orion Health's revenue declined in 2017 but cost cutting allowed the company to report a reduced $33 million loss for the year ended 31 March.
Auctions giant Trade Me is teaming with Sydney-based Afterpay to deliver deferred payments to buyers.
Auckland Council's NewCore project is now in the final stages of deployment with final go-live expected on 1 July.
Cloud software heavyweight Workday is establishing a global support centre in Auckland to complement its others in the US and Ireland.
Year-on-year double digit growth in revenue and EBITDA pushed challenger telco 2degress into the black for the first time.
Technology and transformation consultancy Solnet is now a newly-minted registered Salesforce.com consulting partner.
The Ultra-Fast Broadband 2.0 roll-out is under way, with Hikurangi in Northland and Hokitika on the West Coast the first to benefit from a $300 million extension of the original UFB programme.
Cloud accounting software provider Xero has increased its user base by 318,000 to reach a total of 1.04 million.