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A “tsunami” of new technology is coming along with a new wave of capital from commodity industries. The ultimate winners will be the ones that can capture the talent and information needed to leverage it, according to OpenText CEO and CTO, Mark Barrenechea. His evidence of the value of business

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The pace of the hyper connected world is set to exponentially accelerate with the introduction of pervasive 5G networks and Wi-Fi six enabling unprecedented bandwidth possibilities as connectivity and digital transformation moves beyond humans and devices to the realm of machine-to-machine. Addressing the audience at Cisco Live in Melbourne, Irving

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5G-connected edge computing will be trialled at Commonwealth Bank branches in an attempt to reduce on site network infrastructure, under a new partnership between the bank, Ericsson and Telstra. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter According to the telco it is the first time in Australia that technology providers

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The proliferation of IoT sensors and artificial intelligence, as well as the emergence of 5G networks will drive edge computing growth, according to BS Teh, SVP global sales and sales operation at Seagate. During Seagate’s 40th anniversary event in Singapore yesterday, Teh said the first driver, AI, is already in

Australia’s next generation mobile network is presenting a unique opportunity for stakeholders to share the burden of infrastructure costs, according to Axicom CEO, Graeme Barclay. While 5G is being touted as a transformative network because of its higher speeds, low latency and “network splicing” — an ability to create subnetworks

Optus has switched on a new 5G site in the north-western Sydney suburb of Kellyville. The telco partnered with Ericsson to establish its fourth 5G site, which is expected to eventually give customers in the area access to a 5G network. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Optus said

Australia’s much maligned National Broadband Network may actually benefit from the next generation of mobile networks. While often cited as a threat, 5G and its considerable infrastructure requirements may become an unlikely NBN ally, according to Cradlepoint Chief Architect, Roger Billings. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Billings argues

Telstra will be the first telco to activate 5G sites in Sydney and Melbourne after it was granted early access to the 3.6 GHz spectrum it won at auction. The telco can now begin trialling 5G in the capital cities but consumer access isn’t expected anytime soon. Telcos bid on

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A new report from Juniper Research has revealed that more than 62 million vehicles will be capable of V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) communication by 2023; rising from just over 1.1 million in 2019. This represents an average annual growth rate of 173 per cent over these 4 years. V2V solutions enable low-latency communications

More Australians are using their mobiles to watch TV and data usage is surging, according to a new Deloitte survey. The 2018 Deloitte Mobile Consumer survey found 25 per cent of all Australians are using their mobiles to watch TV. With 5G soon to be introduced, Deloitte said smartphones could rival