SecurityBrief Australia - Technology news for CISOs & cybersecurity decision-makers

High Speed Data stories

Story image
Venafi release aids security teams with machine identity management
Wed, 19th Apr 2023
#
venafi
#
it management
#
high speed data
Venafi introduces Firefly, the only lightweight machine identity issuer for highly distributed, cloud native environments.
Story image
30,000 Kiwis get ultra-fast broadband early
Mon, 17th Feb 2020
#
broadband
#
ultrafast fibre
#
ufb
Ultrafast Fibre completes UFB rollout early, adds 27 towns and 30K customers to its fast, reliable network.
Story image
Intel announces 58Gbps FPGA transceiver
Wed, 6th Mar 2019
#
5g
#
wireless networks
#
intel
Intel Stratix 10 FPGA 58Gbs transceivers are interoperable with 400G Ethernet FPGAs, using only eight channels to support new high-bandwidth requirements.
Story image
The evolution of data centers begins with migration to higher speed
Fri, 31st Aug 2018
#
digital transformation
#
it infrastructure
#
bandwidth
Enterprise data centers are having to redesign their network architecture for new, real-time applications and services, while supporting legacy apps.
Story image
75% using collaboration technologies: Polycom reveals key trends for 2018
Mon, 15th Jan 2018
#
cloud services
#
uc
#
voip
​Polycom has revealed findings from its latest research that shows collaboration technologies to be transforming business in 2018.
Story image
Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena deliver transatlantic encryption
Tue, 26th Sep 2017
#
encryption
#
telstra
#
fibre
Ericsson, Telstra, Ciena trial game-changing transatlantic encryption at 100Gbps, safeguarding data without sacrificing speed.
Story image
Chorus promises to keep Kiwi networks ahead of the curve
Tue, 1st Aug 2017
#
broadband
#
chorus
#
nz
Chorus pledges uninterrupted Kiwi connections, vowing to keep network capacity 5% above peak demand, ensuring top-notch broadband.
Story image
Data-junkies saddle up, USB transfer speeds are doubling
Fri, 28th Jul 2017
#
intel
#
usb
#
high speed data
Get set for a digital speed boost as USB 3.2 promises to blaze data at 20Gbps, doubling the pace for file transfers.
Story image
Telecom launches Android tablet
Mon, 4th Apr 2011
#
sim
#
memory
#
google
Telecom launches new V9 Tablet for £399, complete with SIM pack and 500MB credit. Perfect for gaming and video.