A team of researchers from the University of Otago/Dodd-Walls Centre has created a device it claims could greatly increase the capacity of the world’s optic fibre networks, both long distance and those within data centres.
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The Commerce Commission has released a draft report indicating its intention to recommend deregulation of Spark’s resale copper voice services.
Annual investment in New Zealand start-ups has risen from $30m in 2008 to more than $110 million in 2018 taking the decade's total to more than $600 million.
Auckland-based Crossware has scored a Callaghan Innovations R&D Growth Grant to speed up the development and the competitiveness of its email product.
Auckland-based Sphere Identity has launched a system that will allow businesses to sign up customers in a secure, compliant and global way.
Chorus is seeking industry feedback on proposed pricing for its unbundled GPON fibre to the premises service, giving the industry until 7 May 2019 to respond.
The Government is planning to invest $49 million over seven years in up to four strategic data science research programmes.
The Privacy Commissioner believes the private sector in New Zealand appears to be less focussed on privacy accountability than the public sector.
Minister of finance Grant Robertson has asked the Productivity Commission to examine and report on technological change, disruption and the future of work.
Spark has named New Zealand’s largest freight and logistics company, Mainfreight, as the first customer for Spark Asset Tracking.
The New Zealand Army has awarded Harris Defence Australia a $40 million contract for a new tactical communications network.
Chorus has reported net profit after tax for the six months to 31 December of $30 million, down from $47 million in the same period last year.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison have pledged to strengthen collaboration and co-operation across a wide range of digital tech issues.
Spark has completed roll-out of Cat-M1 for IoT across its cellular network saying it now reaches 98 per cent of the population across New Zealand.
Vector has teamed up with start-up VIA to use machine learning to predict faults in the transformers, and other components, in electricity distribution networks.