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Westcon NZ to deliver joint mobile networking solutions from Juniper and Aruba
Westcon New Zealand will deliver joint mobile networking solutions from Juniper Networks and Aruba Networks, following a strategic agreement between the two vendors.
Three reasons to watch Juniper succeed in 2014
Are we about to watch the rise of Juniper in the wider networking market ?
NZ businesses embrace 4G LTE service
Levels of Kiwi business interest in the service on the rise according to Telecom New Zealand, with global revenue set to reach US$340bn by 2017.
Mobile marketing spend to smash US$55bn by 2015
Brands placing smartphones and tablets at heart of engagement strategies.
Mobile banking users to pass 1 billion by 2017
Usage expected to almost double within the next four years according to latest findings.
Top 10 Wireless Predictions for 2013
As 2012 draws to a close Juniper Research has drawn up a list of predictions for the mobile and wireless industry during 2013.
Mobile data roaming to hit $35 billion by 2017
Juniper predicts mobile data roaming will represent 40% of roaming revenues within next four years.
Q3 smartphone shipments exceeds 157m
Samsung sets the market pace, posting record unit shipments of 56.3 million.
Juniper ANZ MD gone in jobs cull
Mark Iles leaves company as part of a sweeping job cuts across the vendor's global operations.
Juniper cuts 5% of jobs
Vendor announces plans to lay off 500 staff as part of cost cutting measures but has yet to reveal which location will be affected.
BYOD risk for ANZ companies
Companies across the region share concerns over the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend dominating the IT industry.
Juniper looks within for new NZ boss
Vendor’s Service Provider sector offers up new replacement for Country Manager Ian Quinn during company shake-up.
Juniper and Riverbed join forces
Vendors announce technology partnership investing in next-generation solutions.
Dell’s ambitions in the network switching space
We uncover what the humongous vendor has planned to shake up the networking category.
Dell direct not an issue for SonicWALL partners
We explain the steps Dell is taking to reassure existing SonicWALL channel partners.
Porn industry to cash in on tablets: analyst
Revenues from tablets to increase by more than five times by 2017.
Dell’s clever strategy for the datacentre
Forget what you currently think Dell produces for enterprise.
What is OpenFlow and why should enterprises care?
We explain some of the simple principles behind the latest open networking standard.
The tech behind Weta Digital's success
Visual effects company's CIO talks about ensuring her staff have enough computing power to work their magic.
The evolving fabric
Ian Quinn from Juniper Networks points out the modern data centre has undergone a series of changes that have significantly impacted business operations and made fabric networking a hot topic for 2012.
Antivirus firms 'charlatans and scammers': Google engineer
People selling antivirus software for Android, iOS or RIM 'should be ashamed of themselves'.
Android set to overtake iOS
Google proudly announces 200 million activations - so what's the bad news?
8 things you probably didn’t know about Palo Alto Networks
We've put together what we think are some interesting tid bits about Palo Alto Networks and their products.
Endace expanding into Silicon Valley
NZ network monitoring company opens California office & hires US tech veteran.