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Amaysim ups mobile offerings to take on the big boys

(Image: Amaysim) Amaysim has announced a series of new SIM-only mobile plans in an effort to further take on the big three providers by bringing down costs while increasing data inclusions at the same time. In an interview with ZDNet, Amaysim commercial director of Mobile Maik Retzlaff said the new ...

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Qantas extending free on-board Wi-Fi to second aircraft

(Image: Supplied/Kurt Ams) Qantas has announced that it has kitted out a second domestic Boeing 737 aircraft with new Wi-Fi technology from partner ViaSat ahead of eight more gaining the equipment by the end of September. ViaSat’s new equipment, deployed on aircraft VH-XZC, will allow for faster speeds and more ...

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Hyundai and Cisco drive towards the connected car

Hyundai A year into their connected car partnership, Cisco and Hyundai are working towards developing a hardware platform for smart vehicle solutions, bringing high-speed connectivity into the car via Ethernet, and implementing end-to-end security. Speaking at Cisco Live Las Vegas, R&D director at Hyundai Motor Company Paul Choo said the ...

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NBN considering deploying third satellite

NBN CEO Bill Morrow and Communications Minister Mitch Fifield during Senate Estimates National Broadband Network (NBN) CEO Bill Morrow has said the company is looking into several options to improve its satellite connections following widespread complaints about congestion and slow speeds. In response to requests from Communications Minister Mitch Fifield ...

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Cisco, IBM forge security integration partnership

Cisco and IBM will integrate security products, services, and threat intelligence in a new partnership. Both companies have sizeable security businesses. Under the terms of the deal, Cisco’s security suite will integrate with IBM’s QRadar across networks, end points, and cloud. In addition, IBM Global Services will support Cisco products ...

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