Dubber integrates call recording solution with UK’s Redcentric platform

Australian call recording service provider Dubber has inked an agreement with UK managed services provider Redcentric Solutions to provide its Call Recording Platform as a Service (PaaS) as a "white labelled" offering.

Consumers must check before connecting to NBN: Morrow

NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has put the onus for slow speeds on consumers, telling ABC interviewers this morning that people needed to find out what speed tier they were on before complaining that they were getting slower speeds than their former ADSL connections.

VHA Steppes up 4G footprint in Tasmania’s Ouse houses and beyond

Presumably seeking to imbue its 4G coverage in Tasmania with a bit of Steppervescence, Vodafone Hutchison Australia’s communications nous sees it “investing $5 million in 18 new sites in Tasmania in 2017".

University of Adelaide consortium plan to boost Adelaide smart city status

An Australian Smart Cities Consortium has been launched by the University of Adelaide with the aim of helping to transform Adelaide into a smart city.

Kogan expands business portfolio with move into insurance

Kogan is moving further away from its primary roots as a discount online electronics retailer with the launch of a new business selling insurance policies under a partnership with global insurer The Hollard Insurance Group.

Full-fibre plan would have forced adequate CVC purchase: claim

An academic who was closely associated with the NBN project at its outset claims that the original fibre-to-the-premises proposal would have stimulated "an active competitive retail marketplace that would have forced RSPs to purchase adequate CVC".

Spark completes Cook Strait inter-island cable link

New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has completed an upgrade to the Nelson-Levin inter-island cable link across the Cook Strait which it says provides improved resiliency.

Aegis cloud platform adopted by WA aged care facility

Perth aged care provider Aegis Aged Care Group has adopted the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform to support its five-year growth strategy.

Brennan IT reaches 20-year milestone

Brennan IT was founded in 1997 and in those days, it was focused on the burgeoning internet and hosting. Today it has 400+ employees and 1000+ clients.

Apple ordered to pay US$506 million for processor patent violation

Apple has been ordered to pay US$506 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm for patent infringements for its A7, A8 and A8X processors used in relevant iPhone, iPad Mini, and iPad Air models.

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