Stories by Computerworld NZ staff

SAP invests in FYD; opens new Wellington office

SAP NZ intends to invest NZD $50,000 in Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) as part of an effort to bolster interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects among young people.

Court dismisses Chorus' appeal against ComCom's UBA pricing

The Court of Appeal’s judgment, released today, dismissed Chorus’ appeal to overturn the High Court’s judgment in April this year on the unbundled bitstream access (UBA) price set by the Commerce Commission’s (ComCom) initial pricing principle (IPP) process.

2Degrees extends 4G coverage

2degrees has extended its 4G footprint today flicking the switch on in central Wellington and the greater Auckland region.

Datacom NZ revenue grows, as Australia and Asia suffer a dip

New Zealand head-quartered Datacom Group has reported total group profit before tax of $64.7 million compared to last year’s $50.9 million, an increase of 27 per cent, and a 1.3 per cent increase in overall revenues to $881 million as compared to last year’s $870 million, for the year ending 31 March 2014.

Mercy Hospice deploys OpenTouch Suite for improved connectivity

Mercy Hospice Auckland, a New Zealand based provider of specialist community palliative care for people affected by life-limiting illness, has worked with Cogent to implement the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise OpenTouch Suite for SMBs to deliver improved connectivity and provide the foundation for a mobile workforce.

National promises $150m fund for RBI on re-election

National’s Communications and Information Technology spokeswoman, Amy Adams, has promised that a re-elected National-led Government will establish a new $150 million fund to extend the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI).