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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.
CyrusOne invests in further Silicon Valley expansion
The company has announced it has purchased an additional 8 acres of land in Santa Clara, with plans to expand its presence.
Broadcom’s board of directors nab former Google Cloud COO
Broadcom has added some new talent to its ranks with its latest appointment.
Sektor to take customers on a tour of the future
125 customers will be taken on a Silicon Valley study tour to hear from innovators, disruptors and leading thinkers to help inspire new solutions.
Silicon Valley connection key to Kiwi growth, says expert
Graeme Muller says that he has returned from the Bay Area with an understanding of just how valuable the Kiwi-Cali connection will be.
'Don't be like Silicon Valley': Kiwi SaaS firms encouraged to look after their own
“We can't compete with Silicon Valley money. We have to be smarter and more focused."
NZTech chief: Agritech could be a lifeline for exporters
We are on the cusp of some massive and exciting tech changes in our lives, says NZTech chief Graeme Muller.
NZ agritech innovators touch down in Silicon Valley
Thirty of New Zealand’s agritech innovators have finally landed in Silicon Valley this week as they get ready to put their innovations to the test.
Silicon Valley connection to boost NZ's agritech sector
An upcoming agritech conference in Silicon Valley may have a huge impact on New Zealand’s agritech sector, even from thousands of kilometres away.
Research before implementation: The importance of understanding AI
Continental announced that it is expanding its international research network for AI.
KOTRA reports opportunities for South Korean IT companies in Canada
Following complications in the U.S., Canada has been touted as the 'Second Silicon Valley' presenting a huge opportunity for Asian IT companies.
Transform your mundane car into a self-driving vehicle with Drive.ai
Self-driving vehicles may not be as far-fetched as originally anticipated with the technology being developed by Drive.ai...
Taiwan aiming to become the new 'Asia Silicon Valley'
Taiwan wants to be the hub between Asia and Silicon Valley particularly in IoT development, becoming a global centre for tech entrepreneurship.
Polycom's Jeff Rodman on starting small, innovation & success in Silicon Valley
"Something simple, done really well, can be much more successful than something complex that doesn’t really serve a market.”
‘Silicon Valley of western China’ to gain massive investment
The Chengdu Hi-tech Zone has been hailed as the “Silicon Valley of western China” – and for good reason.
What the U.S election means for the tech sector
Pussy grabbing aside, what does the next President of the United States have in store for the tech sector?
SingularityU New Zealand Summit fast approaching - be prepared for the future
This event is the first of its kind in Australasia, giving participants the opportunity to delve into accelerating technologies and how we can adapt.
YOU'RE INVITED: SingularityU New Zealand Summit - Silicon Valley is coming to town
The experts from Silicon Valley are coming to town this November to get together with leaders of today and tomorrow from New Zealand and Australia.
A Silicon Valley CEO's presentation notes
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Cisco's first acquisition into the emerging container market
“Many of our customers are starting to use containers to build, deploy and manage cloud native applications."
Announcing New Zealand’s next innovation hotspot...Christchurch?!
We’ve heard it all before: ‘Somewhere or other is destined to be the next Silicon Valley!’
Kiwi startup bringing Silicon Valley ideals to local businesses
API Talent is bringing Silicon Valley's DevOps ideologies of experimentation, failure acceptance and innovation development to local NZ businesses.
Young Māori innovators head to Silicon Valley
The students, along with chaperones, have already left for the land of innovation in California and have a big adventure ahead.
Silicon Valley natives to visit New Zealand
Wharf42 has announced two of Silicon Valley’s thought leaders will visit NZ to share what they know about the current tech and investment landscape.