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Telstra shifts 30 percent of business to agile methodology

Pivotal CEO Rob Mee and Telstra CEO Andy Penn (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Telstra has moved 100 of its internal teams to Pivotal’s agile software development platform since partnering with the enterprise software company two years ago, with the telco saying this accounts for around 25 to 30 percent of its ...

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Fear the Reaper? Experts reassess the botnet's size and firepower

(Image: file photo) Over the past week, security research teams have walked back claims of what they thought was one of the largest botnets of infected devices on the internet today. The botnet, dubbed “Reaper” by researchers at Netlab 360, had ensnared vulnerable internet-connected webcams, security cameras, and digital video ...

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ACMA announces 5G spectrum plan

(Image: ACMA) The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released its five-year plan for spectrum allocation, including when and how it could proceed with providing both 5G bands for mobile carriers. Following the release of the federal government’s 5G policy paper earlier this month, which said the ACMA would ...

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Cisco rolls out new storage networking telemetry capabilities

Cisco is introducing the MDS 9132T switch Cisco on Thursday is introducing a series of new storage area networking (SAN) options that use built-in telemetry to help customers better analyze SAN operational performance. First, Cisco is rolling out a new 32Gbps storage fabric switch, which enables customers to scale from ...

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Vodafone launching in NextDC Perth datacentre

(Image: NextDC) NextDC has announced that Vodafone Australia will be launching a point of presence (PoP) in its P1 datacentre in Perth, which it said would enable the telecommunications provider to deliver 4G services to Western Australian customers. Vodafone will link the datacentre PoP with its own “super hub”, NextDC ...

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Enterprises 'radically outstripping' traditional technology: Nokia

(Image: Nokia) The connectivity needs of enterprises are in danger of outstripping the capabilities of traditional technology and telecommunications services, Nokia has warned. Speaking at the CommsDay Congress in Melbourne on Wednesday, Nokia Oceania head of Industry and Enterprise Gary Conway said businesses are “starting to understand” the opportunities inherent ...

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Fujitsu unveils small cell mmWave 5G tech

(Image: Fujitsu) Fujitsu Laboratories has announced developing a millimetre-wave (mmWave) phase shifter for small cells, which it said delivers the 10Gbps connections required by 5G while maintaining low power usage. Fujitsu has been working on combining small cells and beam forming for over a year; however, the company had previously ...

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