Australia

 

CenturyLink Expanding Data Center Presence

In the first half of 2015, CenturyLink completed data center expansion projects in six markets: Boston, London, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Phoenix, Seattle and Washington, D.C.

Telstra Wraps Pacnet Acquisition Pending U.S. Approval

The acquisition two-and-a-half years after Pacnet announced an initiative to expand its channel efforts in the U.S. in 2012. The company promoted Jason Kitzmiller as director of channel sales a year ago.

Apple iPad 3 Makes Retail Sales Debut in Australia

Fans lined up outside a pair of stores before midnight and were the first to walk away with the Silicon Valley’s third-generation tablet, which will likely become the world’s biggest-seller in no time.

Report: Palm Pre Down Under in August

A new report from Australian online site Smarthouse says the new Palm Pre will go on sale Down Under in August. A Palm spokesman told Smarthouse that the smartphone would become available there in the second half of the year, but wouldn’t confirm the August date. This seems to give more credence to the rumors […]

Nortel Signs Ingram Micro to Sell Enterprise UC

Further indicating a potential healthy streak amidst the bankruptcy, Nortel Networks has secured tech distributor Ingram Micro to sell its unified communications solutions in Australia. Aside from adding another arrow to Ingram’s UC quiver, the arrangement also gives Ingram a fuller share of wallet when customers are rolling out Microsoft Corp. and IBM’s UC platforms. […]

PowerDsine Grants PoE License to Alpha Telecom

PowerDsine Ltd., which makes equipment for Power over Ethernet (PoE), said today it has granted Alpha Telecom Inc. a license to use its patent for making and selling midspan PoE products. The patent covers PoE Midspan products that connect to an Ethernet switch to PoE-enable an enterprise network. PowerDsine has received similar patents in Australia, […]

Long Distance – Telstra Places Cards in Airport Vending Machines

Posted: 06/2000 Telstra Places Cards in Airport Vending Machines Travelers to and from Australia now can buy calling cards at major airport terminals throughout the country.The first Travelex vending machine at Sydney Airport’s Qantas domestic terminal will provide Telstra Corp. Ltd. (www.telstra.com) prepaid rechargeable calling cards that allow the cardholder to call from virtually any […]

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