Optus Business has revealed plans to expand its portfolio of Cloud computing and enterprise mobility offerings.
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A company with Australian roots has negotiated to receive a settlement from Microsoft in a long-running court battle over a software activation patent.
Online movie rental service Quickflix (ASX:QFX) has arranged to offer its streaming service on Samsung devices, including internet-enabled TVs and Blu-ray players.
Online movie rental company Quickflix (ASX:QFX) has taken a further stride towards the establishment of its streaming subscription service, securing content deals with some major Hollywood studios.
Australian e-commerce is on track to top $30 billion by the end of 2011, and continue to expand in the coming years, new research from PayPal Australia claims.
TPG Telecom (ASX:TPM) has confirmed it has acquired a stake in rival listed ISP iiNet (ASX:IIN).
eServGlobal (ASX:ESV) said its HomeSend international funds transfer hub has made inroads into the Philippines, through an arrangement with mobile telco Smart
Engineering services company Downer EDI (ASX:DOW) has contracted Hewlett-Packard to overhaul its IT infrastructure.
Enterprise communications solutions provider Datasquirt (ASX:DSQ) narrowed its net loss 51% to NZ$599,000 ($519,000).
Network encryption hardware developer Senetas (ASX:SEN) swung to a $5.6 million net loss in FY11, as economic woes and project delays ate into revenue.
Satellite company NewSat (ASX:NWT) has reported a $300,000 profit for FY11, from 15 per cent higher revenue of $28.8 million.
Serviced and virtual office company Servcorp (ASX:SRV) grew its FY11 profit 24 per cent, and has forecast further growth in the year ahead.
Fixed WiMax operator BigAir (ASX:BGL) reported near-flat profit for FY11, as acquisition and restructuring costs balanced out strong gains in underlying ebitda.
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has kept Telecom NZ (ASX:TEL) on its CreditWatch list for a possible downgrade, due to the implications of the Chorus demerger.
Broadband product developer NetComm (ASX:NTC) has chosen Sequans Communications S.A. to provide the chipsets it will use in its NBN TD-LTE devices.