Endace - News, Features, and Slideshows


  • Endace flags major slowdown in sales

    New Zealand-based network technology developer Endace is not planning any cutbacks in the face of what it describes as a “major slowdown” in sales to the global financial services sector.

  • Hodgson lays into National's R&D policy

    Minister for economic development Pete Hodgson has laid into National over its plan to abolish research and development tax credits at the opening of a new Auckland R&D centre.

  • Endace reports 61% sales boost

    Endace, a London-listed Kiwi network monitoring technology company, has advised it expects revenues to increase by 61% year-on-year to reaching around US$13.5 million.

  • Podcast: The L word

    Ian Graham is a unique figure in the New Zealand ICT landscape. One of the founders of UK-listed network probe vendor Endace, he holds a PhD from Cambridge, where he worked on microwave receivers for radio telescopes.

  • Endace posts revenue increase of 42%

    Endace shares surged ahead of its annual results announcement today, results which showed an increase in revenue of 42%, from US$17 million to US$24.2 million.

  • Imarda acquires Australian internet company SmartTrack

    Imarda, a newly formed Australian holding company chaired by Kiwi entrepreneur Selwyn Pellett, has acquired SmartTrack, an Australian internet-based tracking and messaging company, for A$6.6 million (NZ$7.3 million).