Ex-Orange VP Miloud Bensaada joins Cubic Telecom as Commercial Chief
Former Orange VP of Sales, Miloud Bensaada, steps into new role as Chief Commercial Officer at Cubic Telecom, strengthening the firm's strategy to dominate the global software-defined connected vehicle and IoT markets.
Telstra to debut pioneering 5G slicing product this year
Telstra plans to launch a 5G slicing product, dialling up customised network solutions with a unique proof-of-value mobility analytics engine.
Nemetschek Group's ALLPLAN, FRILO, & SCIA brands merge in AEC sector overhaul
Nemetschek Group reveals merger of its AEC brands, ALLPLAN, FRILO, and SCIA, to heighten data-driven design-to-build workflows under the ALLPLAN umbrella and boost productivity in the construction sector.
'Illuminate 2.0' sparks tech conversations at annual Mysuru event
L&T Technology Services and The National Institute of Engineering (NIE) Mysuru held the enlightening second annual Illuminate 2.0 event, with industry leaders discussing technological advancements and sharing invaluable insights.
WiseTech Global outperforms with robust half-year financial results
Australian logistics software firm WiseTech Global outstrips forecasts with a 32% surge in half-year revenue to AUD $500.4 million, buoyed by the robust performance of the CargoWise platform.
Three businesses building on multi-cloud benefits
Leaders in financial services, retail, and construction are harnessing multi-cloud computing for innovation, cost reductions and improved data performance.
Consult Red names David Webster as new CFO in growth strategy
Tech firm Consult Red targets aggressive growth with the appointment of finance veteran David Webster as CFO, enhancing their consultancy and engineering services portfolio.
AccelerComm launches PUSCH Channel Simulator for spectral efficiency
UK firm AccelerComm set to offer PUSCH Channel End-to-End Simulator, a tool to enable telecoms vendors to assess the potential enhancements to spectral efficiency from AccelerComm's IP components.
AS Colour to upgrade Melbourne centre with advanced automation system
AS Colour plans to boost its Melbourne operation with a state-of-the-art automation system, replicating the success of its automated New Zealand centre.
St Michaels development in Manchester to receive 10Gbps business internet
The £400m St Michaels development in Manchester will provide top-tier office space and luxury apartments with up to 10Gbps internet within 24 hours of installation, courtesy of Telcom's Preconnect service.
Retail firms urged to fortify supply chains via strategic M&A
Virtualstock urges retail companies to use strategic M&A activities to bolster their supply chains, in light of rising volatility.
DPO signs power purchase agreement for green Texas data centres
Green data centre operator, Digital Power Optimization, Inc., secures renewable energy supply through a PPA with a multinational provider, planning to directly harness wind power from Texas farms for its facilities.
Software security strains under supply chain complexity, Slim.AI reveals
Over 40% of firms struggle to tackle vulnerabilities in the rising complexity of software supply chains, despite sizeable resource allocation, says Slim.AI's recent Container Report.
RELEX Solutions acquires Optimity to boost supply chain planning
RELEX Solutions bolsters its supply chain optimisation capabilities by acquiring Optimity, offering a unified platform for production and distribution planning.
Skills for Life initiative sparks renewed interest in vocational paths
The nationwide initiative, Skills for Life, promotes technical qualifications, skills training and business growth via a dynamic mass-media campaign.
Yunex Traffic to provide management system for Sydney's Western Harbour Tunnel
Yunex Traffic partners with Transport for NSW to deploy a sophisticated traffic control system for Sydney's Western Harbour Tunnel.
ISG secures contract to build secondary 30MW data centre in Slough
ISG will construct a second datacentre with a 30MW capacity in Slough, marking a new phase for UK's largest data centre hub. .
Seeing Machines secures new USD $30 million automotive program with European OEM
Seeing Machines has secured a USD $30 million deal to supply its seventeenth automotive program to a European Original Equipment Manufacturer.
NTT reveals technology predictions for 2024, featuring AI and sustainability
NTT has unveiled its key tech predictions for 2024, highlighting sustained AI growth, emerging trends, and focus on sustainability.
NTT forecasts key tech developments for the year ahead
NTT Ltd forecasts a rise in Generative AI adoption, automated Network Operations Centres, sustainable tech solutions, and industry-specific clouds by 2024.
Could AI help santa outperform e-commerce giants?
As we delve deeper into the logistics and supply chain management for Team Santa, we see there are many components that could easily go wrong.
DerScanner introduces Supply Chain Security to protect third-party code elements
DerScanner adds Supply Chain Security feature to verify third-party code, combating rising threats amid increasing open-source software cyberattacks.
CyrusOne begins construction of fifth Frankfurt data centre in Hanau
CyrusOne builds fifth data centre in Frankfurt, marking expansion in Europe's data capital and rejuvenating Hanau's industrial site.
Arcanum AI forms strategic collaboration with Amazon Web Services
Arcanum AI has partnered with Amazon Web Services in a multi-year agreement to enhance workplace productivity using AI.