Tuesday, August 16, 2022

IWG opens five flexible workspaces in Australia to expand global footprint

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IWG, the flexible office space provider, with brands including Spaces and Regus, announced five new centres across Australia to meet the growing demand for hybrid work solutions. Four new spaces have opened, with Spaces Collingwood in Melbourne, Spaces Jubilee Place and Spaces 80 Ann Street in Brisbane, and Spaces Parramatta Square in Sydney having launched earlier this year. The remaining centre will launch this month in North Sydney.

Cloudflare expands ANZ network footprint with four new data centres

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Cloudflare, Inc., the security, performance, and reliability firm helping build a better Internet, announced it has increased its network footprint in Australia and New Zealand, opening four data centres in the past 12 months in Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, and Christchurch.

Andersen Global expands presence into Rwanda with collaboration deal

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Andersen Global enters a Collaboration Agreement with Maj Consulting, reinforcing its capabilities in East Central Africa as the organization continues its expansion in the region. Maj Consulting, founded in 2015, is a tax and business advisory firm based in Rwanda and has grown rapidly. Led by Managing Director James Muigai, Maj Consulting offers solutions in international tax and transfer pricing, tax compliance, investor advisory, risk advisory, management consulting, financial reporting, payroll management and advisory services.

Cardo Health teams up with Prosperia to bring digital healthcare to Mexico

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Cardo Health is partnering with MIT Media Lab social impact spinoff, Prosperia, to bring digital healthcare to Mexico. Prosperia has developed an integrated artificial intelligence-based solution to massify early detection and treatment of diabetes and is now looking to expand its services, offering high quality digital healthcare to Mexico’s over 130 million inhabitants.

Speedbird to leverage Elsight’s Halo solution for its commercial deliveries

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Elsight Limited (ASX:ELS), the recognised industry player in drone connectivity solutions, announced a commercial contract for the ‘Halo’ solution has been signed and a preliminary order received from Speedbird Aero (Speedbird), a renown Brazil-based comprehensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) services provider. Speedbird has built UAV’s capable of transporting and delivering packages for commercial, industrial, and healthcare uses.

Meltwater announces collaboration, team, and product enhancements

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Meltwater, a global media intelligence and data analytics company, has continued to cement its place as the only all-in-one data-as-a-service provider in Australia and the Asia Pacific region with the announcement of several product enhancements, an expansion of its local team and the addition of several new premium customers, including IKEA Australia.

Microsoft 365 management firm CoreView expands into Australia

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CoreView, the global Microsoft 365 Management firm, announced the expansion of its business operations in Australia, aimed at strengthening the company’s partnerships with clients in the Asia-Pacific market and responding to increasing demand in the region.

FedEx expands shipping capacity between Australia and New Zealand

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FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. and one of the world’s largest express transportation firms, announced the launch of a new trans-Tasman service directly connecting Christchurch, Auckland and Melbourne. The flight will be operated by Airwork, with dedicated block space allocated to FedEx. FedEx customers can enjoy greater connectivity, shorter transit times and additional capacity to send shipments between Australia and New Zealand. 

Macquarie Data Centres sign deal to pioneer CO2-cutting tech in Australia

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Macquarie Data Centres, part of Macquarie Telecom Group, has signed a multi-year deal with ResetData, an Australian-first provider using Submer data centre technology. The partnership will see Submer cooling technology used in Australia for the first time, exclusively.

Quectel casts CaaS and integrated SIM to ease APAC IoT deployments

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Quectel Wireless Solutions, an IoT solutions provider, is building on the successful EMEA roll-out of its Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS) and is launching connectivity sales in the APAC. This launch complements Quectel’s heritage of providing innovative modules and antennas to support cellular apps and allows clients to simplify edge-based deployments by purchasing SIM cards and connectivity management alongside modules, antennas and design services.