NetComm has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio with the launch of the NTC-220 4G LTE Category 1 Industrial IoT Router, which will deliver secure medium-bandwidth connectivity using universally available LTE networks.
Under Round 4 of the Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP), another 180 new base stations will be established across regional Australia.
The first 5G-connected driverless car in New Zealand has undergone testing on Auckland streets.
The number of New Zealand homes and businesses adopting ultra-fast broadband has now reached the 50% mark.
Advantech has introduced its first 43″ UHD curved touch monitor, the CRV-430 series. The series features a bright 4K2K resolution screen capable of 10-point multitouch and displaying over 1 billion colours.
TPG Telecom will write off $228m from the value of its investments in its mobile network due to the decision to abandon the rollout.
Landline phones are expected to be defunct in New Zealand by 2040, according to utilities experts.
The biggest four smartwatch vendors are predicted to see their market share decrease to 47% by 2023, according to a new study by Juniper Research.
Australian smartphone shipments fell 3% in 2H18 due to factors including market saturation and the high cost of new devices, according to Telsyte.
Optus has revealed plans to launch 5G fixed wireless services in an initial 60 suburbs across five states and territories during the second quarter.
Citing the federal government's decision to ban Huawei equipment in 5G rollouts, TPG Telecom will cease the deployment of its mobile network.
The term 'lifetime' will no longer be used in advertising by three GPS navigation manufacturers.
Just about every modern business has — or wants to have — its own custom apps, to handle any number of business processes.
The CES 2019 event, which put AI and 5G technology in the spotlight, has now concluded.