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Synology introduces Xeon-based, 12-bay DiskStation DS3617xs NAS
Posted on 5-Dec-2016 18:22Tags News, Computing

Equipped with a quad-core Intel Xeon-D 2.2 GHz CPU that bursts up to 2.7 GHz, DS3617xs delivers stunning performance at over 2,358 MB/s sequential throughput reading and 406,760 IOPS reading under a RAID 5 configuration with 10GbE Link Aggregation enabled. Comments (Comments)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise demonstrates memory-driven computing architecture
Posted on 30-Nov-2016 00:59Tags News, Computing

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has successfully demonstrated Memory-Driven Computing, a concept that puts memory, not processing, at the center of the computing platform to realize performance and efficiency gains not possible today. Comments (Comments)

Artificial Intelligence deal biggest yet for University of Auckland/UniServices
Posted on 23-Nov-2016 09:22Tags News, Computing

Intelligent computers that look, think and react like humans are the latest technology being developed at the University of Auckland to become a commercial venture. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft and Volpara improve breast imaging analytics
Posted on 23-Nov-2016 09:06Tags News, Computing

Volpara Health Technologies Limited and Microsoft Corp. have announced a new collaboration around breast imaging analytics that will help breast imaging centers analyse clinical, quality and business data to optimise productivity, quality assurance and patient care. Comments (Comments)

Oracle buys Dyn
Posted on 22-Nov-2016 15:58Tags News, Computing

Oracle has signed an agreement to acquire Dyn, a cloud-based Internet Performance and DNS provider that monitors, controls, and optimizes Internet applications and cloud services to deliver faster access, reduced page load times, and higher end-user satisfaction. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft steps further into open community by joining Linux Foundation
Posted on 18-Nov-2016 15:34Tags News, Computing

On Wednesday, during its annual Connect(); developer event, Microsoft Corp. unveiled a series of products and partnerships that strengthen the company's Azure cloud platform for building intelligent, cross-platform apps and services. Comments (Comments)

IBM launches experimental platform for embedding Watson into any device
Posted on 10-Nov-2016 20:24Tags News, Computing

The new platform allows developers to embed Watson functions into various end-user device form factors, offering a next generation architecture for building cognitive-enabled experiences. Comments (Comments)

HoloLens set to feature at Microsoft Ignite NZ 2016
Posted on 17-Oct-2016 19:48Tags News, Computing

Attendees to get sneak peek and chance for hands-on demo of Microsoft's new augmented reality device, following announcement of pre-order availability for New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft announces global expansion for HoloLens
Posted on 13-Oct-2016 23:57Tags News, Computing

Microsoft HoloLens now available for preorder from the Microsoft Store in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, with devices starting to ship in late November. Comments (Comments)

Kiwibank FinTech accelerator partners with Simmonds Stewart
Posted on 13-Oct-2016 23:49Tags News, Computing

Creative HQ has confirmed the appointment of leading technology law firm Simmonds Stewart as the legal partner to the newly launched Kiwibank FinTech Accelerator. Comments (Comments)

Citrix NetScaler SD-WAN enhanced to support branch network simplification and expanded security
Posted on 12-Oct-2016 20:44Tags News, Computing

With NetScaler SD-WAN, Citrix offers enterprises a simple yet sophisticated solution to quickly and cost-effectively begin wide-scale deployments of SD-WAN, reduce network complexity and set up their branch to consume applications from the cloud in a seamless and more secure manner. Comments (Comments)

New Zealand organisations continue to experiment with IoT solutions as security and cost limits deployment
Posted on 7-Oct-2016 21:30Tags News, Computing

Initial results from the International Data Corporation (IDC) 2016 Global IoT Decision Maker Survey show that the market is pivoting away from proof of concept projects to scalable Internet of Things (IoT) deployments that are incorporating cloud, analytics, and security capabilities. Comments (Comments)

High needs children see a future in tech jobs
Posted on 7-Oct-2016 21:28Tags News, Computing

National charity organisation Code Club Aotearoa has teamed up with Christchurch's Allenvale School on a first of its kind New Zealand initiative to teach high needs students how to think like a computer. Comments (Comments)

Older students flocking to Vision College's new computer class
Posted on 7-Oct-2016 21:27Tags News, Computing

Generation X and Baby Boomers are flocking to upskill in computing and business administration, with extra classes being put on to meet the demand. Comments (Comments)

Oracle World 2016 showcases new products and solutions
Posted on 25-Sep-2016 11:44Tags News, Computing

At OpenWorld 2016 Oracle unveiled new products, solutions and partnership opportunities to help its customers transition to the cloud in faster, simpler and more cost effective ways. Comments (Comments)

Dicker Data NZ Partners with Dell SonicWALL
Posted on 25-Sep-2016 11:33Tags News, Computing

The partnership will see Dicker Data New Zealand become responsible for the distribution of the entire portfolio of SonicWALL solutions. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft New Zealand announces more keynote speakers for Ignite 2016
Posted on 19-Sep-2016 20:19Tags News, Computing

Microsoft's Ignite NZ 2016 conference is shaping up to be a special selection of technical delights for developers with the announcement of two new speakers to its keynote event line-up, and the first online release of the conference session schedule this week. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft HoloLens to support thyssenkrupp elevators service
Posted on 18-Sep-2016 19:35Tags News, Computing

HoloLens will support technicians prior to and on the job site, significantly reducing service intervention times
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New cancer treatment engineered by kiwi company Buckley Systems
Posted on 18-Sep-2016 19:32Tags News, Computing

Auckland precision electro magnets manufacturer, Buckley Systems is involved in the development and manufacture of the nuBeam proton accelerator machine for an alternative cancer treatment that has been announced overnight in Helsinki, Finland. Comments (Comments)

Epicor Software Corporation releases update to ERP solution
Posted on 18-Sep-2016 19:22Tags News, Computing

Latest Epicor iScala release set to give customers further competitive advantage helping organisations drive global expansion and business growth. Comments (Comments)

Halftime year report good news for Jade Software
Posted on 15-Sep-2016 10:18Tags News, Computing

The first half of 2016 has seen strong revenue growth for Jade, propelling the company ahead of its targets. Comments (Comments)

Dell Technologies completes merger with EMC
Posted on 9-Sep-2016 19:51Tags News, Computing

Dell Technologies announced completion of the acquisition of EMC Corporation, creating a family of businesses that provides the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect information. Comments (Comments)

Fuji Xerox New Zealand launches DocuShare 7 content management solution
Posted on 9-Sep-2016 19:40Tags News, Computing

Software solution designed to improve information management and workflow processes for New Zealand businesses. Comments (Comments)

Victoria appoints senior leader in digital technologies
Posted on 5-Sep-2016 19:44Tags News, Computing

Victoria University of Wellington has appointed Professor Steven Warburton, an internationally respected leader in digital learning and teaching, as its inaugural Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Digital Futures). Comments (Comments)

New AR/VR space opens in Auckland
Posted on 3-Sep-2016 10:34Tags News, Computing

The AR/VR Garage will fuel Auckland's growing AR/VR community, which includes game developers, screen and film producers, animators, educators and digital storytellers. Comments (Comments)


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