Nearly 30,000 premises across Australia face losing their copper phone and internet connections by 24 August if they have not yet made the leap to the nbn.
NEXTDC has established a new subsidiary, AXON Systems, that will provide elastic connectivity services for Australian enterprise and government customers.
Nokia Networks recently worked with UAE telecom service provider du to pilot the use of drones to help speed up network planning and optimisation testing.
iiNet has finalised a deal to provide infrastructure-as-a-service and backup-as-a-service solutions for an initial three South Australian government agencies.
Siemon EagleEye Connect is an automated infrastructure management software solution that automatically monitors and documents physical layer connections and device status for network visualisation, improved network security and management of IT assets.
The Allied Telesis x930 Series of high-performance distribution switches comes in five models, offering a variety of port configurations with support for 10 Gigabit uplinks and Allied Telesis Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStack).
Optus Wholesale and Satellite has entered a collaboration with Level 3 to help move online video and other content closer to Australians via content delivery networks (CDNs).
NetComm Wireless's 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200 Series) integrates OMA Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) to support large-scale M2M deployments with comprehensive remote device management functionality.
Spark New Zealand has objected to a proposal to increase wholesale prices for copper broadband access and called on regulator the Commerce Commission to instead reduce the charges.
TPG Telecom has successfully defended against a court case lodged by nbn over the former's FTTB rollout, while rival M2 has swooped in with a counter-offer for ISP iiNet.
Rockwell Automation has expanded its Allen-Bradley Stratix family of industrial switches with the Allen-Bradley Stratix 5400 switch, an all-gigabit option that helps achieve higher network speeds for increasingly high bandwidth applications.
The Dell Networking X-Series is a family of smart web-managed 1 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 10GbE switches specifically designed for SMBs that offer intuitive, enterprise-class features, as well as multiple flexible configurations.
The Dell Networking N1500 family offers fully managed 1GbE switches optimised for smaller networks, enabling SMBs to deploy a secure network optimised for VoIP and social environments, and prioritise network traffic for maximum efficiency.