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MetService launch new

Today, after a three-month open beta period, MetService - New Zealand’s national weather authority - has launched its new website. is one of the most popular New Zealand based websites, providing national weather and marine forecasts for all of Aotearoa.

Big Ultra-Fast Broadband uptake in Rolleston - Faafoi

The latest Quarterly Connectivity Report shows that more and more New Zealanders are moving to Ultra-fast Broadband (UFB), with Rolleston having the highest uptake at 74 per cent, as at the end of September.

Scientists discover what might be the world's largest known caldera

The discovery of a mega-volcano off the Philippines coast has scientists reaching for inter-planetary comparisons - as they study what could be the world’s largest caldera.

Stuff Fibre takes out top gong at Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards

Stuff Fibre scooped the Supreme Award - Broadband Provider of the Year - at the Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards in Auckland last night.

Spinning cone column technology arrives in NZ

Vintech Pacific Limited, New Zealand’s leading provider of mobile production technologies to the wine industry, announce a breakthrough development in the production of low and no alcohol wines.

Rocket Lab to use Siemens software to explore new frontiers of space

Global technology giant Siemens announced today that Rocket Lab, an aerospace manufacturer and the world’s leading small satellite launch service, will start using Siemens software to scale up production and continue its growth trajectory.

Unisys announces new optimisation and security capabilities for Azure

At Microsoft Ignite, Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced Unisys Cloud Architecture Navigator and Cloud Compliance Director.

Unisys launches cloud based version of identity management software

Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced the availability of Unisys Stealth(identity) Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), a new cloud-based version of the company’s biometric identity management software.

'Brain-like computer chips could address privacy concerns and greenhouse emissions'

A team lead by Professor Simon Brown at the University of Canterbury (UC) has developed computer chips with brain-like functionality, that could significantly reduce global carbon emissions from computing.

Kordia one of the first to offer Microsoft Azure Peering Service

As part of its goal to provide the best connectivity for its customers, Kordia has announced that it is now providing its customers with access to the Microsoft Azure Peering Service, one of the first service providers globally to do so.