Seagate reveals Exos CORVAULT 4U106 with extraordinary 2.5PB storage capacity
Seagate Technology unveils Exos CORVAULT 4U106, a multi-petabyte block storage system with a massive 2.5PB capacity.
Generative AI in Search expands to over 120 new countries with more language support
Generative AI in Search now supports four additional languages and extends to over 120 new territories, enhancing search experiences.
Tax Traders awards Cultivate Technology Scholarship to two promising students
Tax Traders awards Cultivate Technology Scholarship to budding video game developer and cybersecurity enthusiast.
Infragistics launches App Builder Design Contest for developers
Infragistics initiates App Builder Design Contest, giving entrants a chance to show their creativity and win prizes.
Roke secures £40m contract for the British Army's ISTAR programme
UK innovator Roke secures £40m contract with British Army for creating an integrated ISTAR system to enhance data-led decision making.
Call for action on UK digital skills gap for women
UK leaders call for action to alleviate the digital skills gap, especially for women, amid rising tech sector demand.
Publicis Sapient helps Salesforce users' integrate with WhatsApp
Publicis Sapient plans to improve Salesforce via Business WhatsApp integration, promising a seamless customer experience.
Aston University joins Turing University Network to advance AI and Data Science
Aston University joins prestigious Turing University Network, showcasing commitment to advancing data science and AI.
How TruSens air purifiers can create healthier workspaces
The pandemic has heightened our awareness of our own and others’ health, and made us all much more conscious of the environments we work in.
Duality Technologies and NTT DATA help ensure mutlisource data privacy
Duality Technologies and NTT DATA collaborate to evaluate sensitive multisource data while protecting privacy.
Tell-tale hints before volcanic eruptions found using AI
Artificial intelligence algorithms identified precursors to volcanic eruptions, potentially improving alert systems, researchers find.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Vertiv drives edge and sustainability for the data centre
Faraz Ali joins us today to discuss edge infrastructure and its application in industry, and Vertiv’s role in gaming and sustainability in the data centre. .
IWD 2022: Celebrating achievements of women in the Australian manufacturing industry
International women's day marks a celebration for women in the Australian manufacturing industry, as leading professionals encourage more women to join.
From the human brain to the stars beyond: Swinburne supercomputer to support new discoveries
The as-yet-unnamed supercomputer will enable Victoria to stay on the cutting edge of space, medical technology, and sustainability research.
New Zealand and NASA partner up, allowing Aotearoa to grow space industry, minister says
New Zealand and NASA have partnered up under the multi-lateral Artemis Accords, in an effort to enhance space exploration efforts. .
CSIRO: How to get ahead with innovation
A new report outlines what is holding back Australian businesses from adopting innovation and how we can break through those barriers.
University of Sydney taps into AWS to save threatened species
AWS & Uni of Sydney ally in vital bid to rescue Aussie wildlife, leveraging cloud tech & big data.
Cambridge Quantum Computing teams up with CERN to advance quantum technologies
CQC joins CERN project to harness quantum tech for particle physics, enhancing data analysis with t|ket platform.
The powerful tech helping to uncover the universe's mysteries
Flatiron Institute powers cosmic research with HPC and AI on Intel-run Lenovo servers.
Mr Humfreez: The sheep that shows Kiwis their cold, damp homes
This isn’t a living, breathing animal but a model sheep with hygroscopic horns and a nose coated in thermochromic ink.
Heavy duty drones could be key to predicting future eruptions
EQC-funded drones venture into volcanic plumes, aiding global eruption predictions.
Young Kiwi scientist competes at Google Science Fair
At this time of year there are plenty of foggy patches around the country – but what if it was possible to turn that fog into drinkable water?.
Medical imaging equipment market poised for growth
Global medical imaging market set to hit $44bn by 2025, driven by tech innovations and R&D investments.
Experts: Why the Black Hole Photo matters
NASA's release of the first photograph of a black hole has sparked media interest and proven the accuracy of decades of scientific work.