Australian-based rare earths mining company Lynas Corporation has deployed a global managed network from NTT Australia.
The two millionth .au domain registration occured last night, prompting celebration from within the industry.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) welcomes the comprehensive review of media and communications regulation recently announced by Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.
The acquisition of McAfee by Intel is complete with plans to tackle security in a completely different way.
GlobalConnect Australia has appointed Rodel Fortunado as National Sales Manager.
Smith Micro Software has announced an agreement with Telecom New Zealand over the use of the Smith Micro Software QuickLink Mobile.
BitGravity has been acquired by Tata Communications and becomes a Tata Communications operating business subsidiary.
A Supplementary Order Paper, outlining further proposed amendments to the Telecommunications Act, along with supporting Cabinet Papers has been released.
Ericsson and Polycom will collaborate to deliver high-definition visual communications services to businesses and consumers.
The CA Mainframe Chorus and CA Mainframe Chorus for DB2 Database Management are now available.
Overseeing the green data centre program in Digital Realty Trust facilities around the world has given Jim Smith the opportunity to speak at numerous data centre conferences, share case studies about energy-efficiency initiatives in facilities, and offer advice about best practices for making data centres greener and more sustainable. Smith has gained valuable insights from attendees in the best practices for greener data centres, which he shares with Voice&Data.
The Australian Synchrotron and Monash University have selected IBM technology for a new research facility.
Economic development across the Asia-Pacific region is causing unprecedented demand on a key, shared resource - Internet Protocol addresses.
Global Switch will build an additional $300 million fully fitted data centre in Sydney having received Part 3A Major Projects approval from the NSW Department of Planning. The 34,000 m2 new data centre - Sydney 2 - will be adjacent to Global Switch's existing data centre in Sydney, which is already the largest facility of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere with 42,000 m2 of space.
With $119 million already committed, the HP next-generation data centre to be built at St Marys, Sydney, will increase data centre compute capacity available to HP's customers by 12-fold.