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Eaton’s DCIM allows for landmark 3D visualisation
Competition rises as Australian businesses increase their reliance on data centers, driving the need for innovative solutions like Eaton's VCOM.
Panasonic i-PRO rebrands in the Oceania region
i-PRO in Oceania has separated from Panasonic and will now trade as an independent entity, focusing on high-tech cameras and AI capabilities.
COLORFUL launches GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series Graphics Cards
PC component manufacturer, Colorful Technology, has launched its GeForce RTX 3090 Ti series of graphics cards.
Hands-on review: 128GB PNY Elite-X microSDXC Flash Card
PNY continues to liven up its product range with the Elite-X microSD card. We were sent the 128GB version to check out.
Razer sees 33% year-on-year growth in latest results
Razer has released its full-year results for the financial year ended December 31 2021, seeing 33.3% year-on-year growth driven by pandemic demand.
Hands-on review: Elgato Facecam Streaming Camera
Whilst most webcams are fine for zoom calls, they fall short of the specification required for good streaming or YouTube video.
Hands-on review: EPOS B20 Streaming Microphone
No stranger to supplying gamers with high-quality audio, EPOS enters the streaming microphone space with the B20 Streaming Microphone.
Supply chain infrastructure and network security the focus of new Extreme Networks solution
Extreme Networks Inc. has announced a new technology solution designed to protect critical network infrastructure.
Cloudflare announces new migration program and firewall expansion
Cloudflare expands Zero Trust firewall capabilities and launches program to help customers switch from legacy hardware.
PNY signs new Australian distribution partnership with Leader Computers
PNY is adding extra resources, value, commitment, and presence in the Australian market, having signed a new distribution agreement with Leader Computers.
Yubico launches hardware security key with NFC & FIDO support
Yubico has updated its hardware security keys with near-field communication (NFC) technologies to support devices with NFC functionality, such as mobile phones.
Barco revamps service program for ANZ partners & customers
Barco enhances its service program in Australia and New Zealand to support hardware, software, services, and experiences.
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PlayStation 5 hardware and exclusive games revealed
Sony unveils chic PS5, teases Spider-Man: Miles Morales & more games. No price yet, out late 2020.
Secure hardware market hard hit by COVID-19
ABI Research finds that two areas in particular, Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) and Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) will be hard hit.
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
Revealed: Best practices for embedded systems in a world of cyber attacks
TCG issues new guidelines to boost IoT and embedded systems security against cyber threats.
Voyager responds to rising bandwidth usage with 100 Gbit upgrade
Voyager Internet NZ completes a £600k core network upgrade ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
Genetec announces new line of hybrid access control and intrusion hardware
Synergis IX provides a gateway to unified security, enabling customers to manage their security systems on a single interface.
Are hard disk drives damaged by smoke recoverable?
The old saying ‘fail to prepare, prepare to fail’ is certainly an apt proverb in IT circles - ESET shares some advice for recovering smoke-damaged HDDs.
Dell EMC tops the data centre hardware & software market
Spending in the market is on the rise with the usual suspects like Dell EMC, Microsoft, HPE, Huawei, and Cisco at the top.
Silicon Valley to lose its tech centre crown to global cities
A new survey of tech industry leaders found the majority believe it is likely the Valley will be usurped within four years by other cities around the world.
Exclusive Q&A: Why businesses are storing useless hardware
In this exclusive interview, Blancco's Fredrik Forslund details just how expensive the issue of data centre waste has become.
Organisations wasting $100k a year hoarding useless IT hardware
Data hoarding in data centres costs firms $100k+, risking fines and breaches, study reveals.