Palmerston North stories
Spark to launch satellite-connected cell tower project
Spark and Lynk have begun a NZ project for a network of satellite-connected cell towers, aiming to maintain connectivity during crises.
FUJIFILM Business Innovation announces first partner in growth initiative
Fujifilm Business Innovation New Zealand selects Central Business Innovation as its first official Growth Partner.
Spark appoints Tony Agar as Group Sales Regional Lead
Spark Business Group appoints Tony Agar as Group Sales Regional Lead for Northern region, with Michele Wong replacing him as IoT Lead.
Vodafone switches on 5G for Palmerston North
It’s part of the telco’s network investment programme, through which ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ are pumped into the country’s digital infrastructure.
New website launched as a resource for central NZ businesses
CEDA hopes the site will give Palmerston North and Manawatu businesses easy access to business support, advice and resources.
Fonterra shareholders use AGM to flag concern over lower milk payout
Fonterra Cooperative Group shareholders used their annual meeting in Palmerston North to raise concerns over the reduced 2015 milk payout, the dair.
NZ dairy farmers strong enough to weather one bad season, RBNZ's Spencer says
New Zealand's dairy farmers have strong enough balance sheets to cope with one season of low payout, but could struggle if they have to tighten the.
Callaghan Innovation appoints CEO all the way from Alaska
Dr Mary Quin appointed as the inaugural CEO of Callaghan Innovation.
Compass enters LLU market
Compass Communications partners with Nokia Siemens Networks and Agile Integration to unbundle exchanges in New Zealand.
Very High Speed Broadband
Telecom is trialling new technology to turbo-charge broadband speeds, but it could be a while before users can take advantage of it.
TelstraClear goes live with new network
TelstraClear has announced the most ambitious unbundling programme to date, with 42 exchanges around the country now live, and a further 20 exchanges to be unbundled next month.