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CrowdStrike expands operations with new hub in Singapore
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cybersecurity
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japan
Cybersecurity giant CrowdStrike bolsters its Asian presence with a new hub in Singapore, doubling its operational capacity.
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Global IoT roaming connections set for 560% surge by 2028, says Juniper Research
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iot
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smart cities
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Juniper Research predicts a 560% global surge in IoT roaming connections by 2028 amidst concerns of operator readiness.
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Telefónica expedite cloud migration with Microsoft Azure using CAST Highlight
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broadband
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public cloud
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custom software
Telefónica has used CAST Highlight to speed up the migration of more than 100 complex applications to Microsoft Azure.
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New NZ telco Rocket Mobile launches with unlimited data plans
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nz
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telecommunications
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commerce commission
NZ's Rocket Mobile launches as a new telecommunication service bringing unlimited data plans, aiming to challenge rival companies' hidden costs.
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Telstra invests AUD $24 million in fibre infrastructure across Western Australia's Pilbara region
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digital transformation
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productivity
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telecommunications
Telstra earmarks $24m for fibre network expansion in Western Australia's Pilbara region, advancing Industry 4.0.
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NTT DATA UK&I & eir partner to enhance customer experience journey
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cx
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chatbots
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ai
IT service provider, NTT DATA UK&I, partners with Irish telecommunications firm, eir, to revolutionise their customer experience journey.
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Business unease over third party data sharing shown in new Generative AI report
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chatbots
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compliance
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ai
Businesses show concern about third-party data sharing needed to facilitate Generative AI models, says Cloudera report.
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NICE tops Ventana Research's 2023 Buyers Guide for Contact Centres
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contact centre
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telecommunications
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awards
NICE ranks first in Ventana Research's 2023 Buyers Guide for Contact Centres, lauded for its superior product experience.
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KKR to invest $400m in telecom infrastructure firm OMS Group
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telecommunications
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investment
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digital infrastructure
KKR has announced it will commit $400 million to OMS Group in a bid to improve digital infrastructure across Southeast Asia.
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Sharp rise in cybercrime across EMEA in first half of 2023
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engineering
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netscout
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telecommunications
EMEA region hit hardest as global DDoS attacks rise by 31%. France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, and Saudi Arabia among most targeted nations.
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Intercede unveils secure FIDO authentication solution with Yubico collaboration
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cloud services
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operating systems
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telecommunications
Intercede has introduced a secure FIDO authentication solution in partnership with tech firm Yubico, a move set to revolutionise business log-ins.
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How technology resellers can optimise revenue streams
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resellers
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tech sector
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telecommunications
As the IT and telecommunications sector in Australia continues to thrive, the role of technology resellers will become even more crucial.
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Voice analytics market projected to reach USD 9.33 billion by 2030
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ml
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compliance
The voice analytics market is set to soar to $9.33bn by 2030, fuelled by growing use of voice recognition tech.
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Norwood signs group master supply agreement with Singtel
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telecommunications
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partnerships
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singtel
The GMSA paves the way for future collaborations between Norwood Systems and Singtel, with Optus being the primary focus of the partnership.
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Drop in Australian telco complaints pleases ACCAN
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government
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telecommunications
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consumers
Significant drop in telecommunications complaints in Australia, but rise in financial hardship complaints raises concerns, says ACCAN.
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Tata Communications seals acquisition of global CPaaS player Kaleyra
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engineering
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mergers and acquisitions
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telecommunications
Tata Communications acquires global CPaaS player Kaleyra, bolstering cutting-edge customer interaction capabilities.
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Snom launches world's first DECT-over-IP solution with M500 system
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voip
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uc
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mobility
Snom introduces the first-ever DECT-over-IP solution, the M500 dual-cell system, designed for medium-sized areas.
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Celtiis streamlines operations with Oculeus' Captura NG billing
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voice
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services
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telecommunications
Benin's Celtiis boosts its efficiencies by deploying Oculeus' Captura NG for wholesale billing in telecom operations.
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Keysight to provide payload solution for 1st SWISSto12 HummingSat
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satellites
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telecommunications
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radio frequency
The solution will validate the Ku band bent-pipe transceiver payload to deliver broadcast services for media and telecom companies.
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VoWLAN market forecast to exceed $76 Billion by 2033
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market
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investment
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telecommunications
The voice-over WLAN (VoWLAN) market is projected to surpass US$ 76.0 billion by 2033, according to a new report by Future Market Insights.
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Australians having hard time paying for telco services
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telecommunications
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optus
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economy
Phone and internet complaints in Australia have decreased by 16.5%, but complaints about mobile services remain high, according to Optus.
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LiquidStack debuts new liquid immersion DC cooling solutions
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colocation
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hybrid cloud
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data centre cooling
LiquidStack unveils MicroModular and MegaModular data centre solutions; offers high-density liquid cooling tech.
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Apptio and Protiviti partner to control cloud infrastructure spending
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telecommunications
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business
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collaboration
Apptio partners with Protiviti Australia to help local enterprises control their cloud infrastructure spending amid economic challenges.
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Spark uses AI to personalize plans based on individual needs
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broadband
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nz
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telecommunications
Spark uses AI-driven decision making to offer tailor-made plans to its customers, ensuring they get the most from their broadband and mobile plans.