Connectivity news stories - Page 2
Zebra Technologies launches Reflexis solutions in A/NZ
According to the company, this launch is a key milestone in Zebra’s vision to have every asset and worker on the edge visible, connected and fully optimised.
Belton chooses Epsilon for re-architecture of its WAN
Hong Kong-based Belton Technology Group has selected global connectivity provider Epsilon to completely re-architect its WAN, transforming Belton's connectivity.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
NEXTDC's S2 data centre brings AWS Direct Connect to Sydney
The Sydney data centre is the fourth NEXTDC facility in Australia to host AWS Direct Connect for private network connections.
Claroty raises $400m, announces intent to acquire Medigate
“By combining Claroty and Medigate’s deep domain expertise and specialised technologies into a single platform, we will take a giant leap forward on our mission to secure the ever-expanding universe of XIoT."
TeamViewer appoints new APAC president to further extend reach across the region
TeamViewer has announced the appointment of Sojung Lee as the new APAC president, with the company looking to enhance its growth within the region.
Connectivity issues a widespread problem in IoT rollout according to new Inmarsat research
According to new research from mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat, connectivity issues are severely disrupting internet of things (IoT) rollout for businesses across the globe.
Hawaiki set to build 22,000 km cable linking APAC to US
The cable will link internet traffic between Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, and the United States.
APAC region could generate 6,000 terabits of data per second by 2025 - Equinix report
Interconnection bandwidth across major global and Asia Pacific metros are expected to continue their growth to record levels.
Colt Technology Services
Wasabi Technologies to launch APAC data center in Japan
Colt Technology Services will provide connectivity for Wasabi Technologies’ first data center in Asia Pacific, located in Japan.
Starburst updates enterprise offering, extends support for data mesh architecture
Starburst has launched the latest version of Starburst Enterprise, providing customers with net new capabilities alongside more advanced connectivity, improved performance, and more security features.
Submarine Cable Projects
Vocus announces first international submarine cable connection into Darwin
“This further cements Darwin as Northern Australia’s most advanced digital economy, and will open the door to new opportunities for advanced manufacturing, data-centres and cloud-based computing services for Territorians and investors.”
Lumea enhances telco services with Ciena collaboration
Lumea and Ciena have collaborated on transforming Lumea’s telecommunications services to offer customers high-speed 100G+ Wavelength services.
Telstra and TPG Telecom join forces in Australian first
“This is a win for Telstra customers who’ve seen an immediate improvement in Telstra 4G speeds in these locations and also shows telcos can work together to drive better network outcomes.”
Macquarie Telecom supports disability services provider Rocky Bay
Macquarie has enabled Rocky Bay to improve mobile communication between staff, transition therapy appointments online to compensate for increased demand, and launch a number of assistive technologies in WA.
Aruba adds new capabilities to Edge Services Platform
Updates include new AIOps, IoT and security features for Aruba Central, as well as additions to the Aruba CX Switching portfolio that are purpose-built for the Intelligent Edge.
Enterprises ready to take cloud migration to new heights, research finds
Enterprises are now ready to take migration to the next level, engaging with a new era of cloud possibilities and embracing a whole new generation of cloud-centric compute and connectivity.
Epsilon and SpaceDC offer global network services to Southeast Asia
“With a diverse mix of emerging and mature markets, the region is now experiencing sharp demands for cloud as more companies digitalise to meet the increase in digital consumption."
Big Data Exchange opens first data center in Nanjing, China
The NKG1 data center, located in BDx’s data center campus in Nanjing, spans 12,500 square metres and offers 4 megawatts of IT capacity.
'Connectivity' to play greater role in future resilience of companies — IDC
As the wave of remote working continues to become more of a permanent fixture, and reliance on cloud platforms and video collaboration tools increases, connectivity as a concept will be embraced more than ever.
Unitas Global launches purpose-built SDN to deliver access from 'edge to everywhere'
The purpose-built network connects cloud providers, carrier-neutral data centres, SaaS applications, and edge access networks to form a multi-service global interconnection fabric, the company states.
TeleGeography releases data center benchmark tool
“Network designers and managers need to take a lot of factors into consideration such as office proximity, cost and connectivity. This can be a very timely and costly process without the right tools.”
SES Networks and Southern Cross Cables bring better internet to the Pacific
“This cooperation with Southern Cross is of utmost importance because it truly shows the complementary nature of satellite and undersea cable networks."
Internet of Things
Iridium launches solution to enhance IoT tracking and asset management
The Iridium Edge Solar, a secure, maintenance-free, solar-powered remote asset tracking and management device, is now commercially available.
Equinix unveils new network connectivity options across portfolio
The new connection capabilities are designed to augment the mass adoption of remote working within enterprises.