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Mako: Spark owed $26.9m, little chance of funds for unsecured creditors
Spark NZ was owed $26.9 million when Mako Networks went into receivership, with little chance of unsecured creditors recouping their funds.
Mako Networks sold to US provider
United States telecommunications service provider D&S Communications has acquired the assets of Mako Networks from the company’s receivers.
Mako Networks debts top $30 million; $25m deficit expected
Failed network management company Mako Networks has liabilities of more than $30 million, with an estimated deficit of $25m expected.
Spark calls in receivers for Mako Networks
Receivers called in as Mako Networks goes bust, with Spark New Zealand a key secured creditor.
Flying Kiwis land and expand in San Francisco
"My role is about getting companies up to speed with doing business in the US. The speed with which companies adapt is a strong indicator of whether o
Mako Networks expands Oz market presence with Telstra deal
"Our agreement with Telstra will enable Australian organisations to deploy world-class security to protect their businesses and customers from modern cyber threats."
Mako Networks signs major US contract
Mako Network signs deal with third-largest wireless provider in the US, a move the Albany-based firm expects to be a potential boon for the company's further growth.
Mako Networks makes AirTight Wi-Fi deal
Mako Networks and AirTight Networks reveal new reciprocal agreement to bundle Mako’s network management system and AirTight’s Wi-Fi technology.
Mako Networks realises American dream with US office
The cloud-based network management and security firm has grown from humble beginnings 13 years ago in a Herne Bay flat, to a global company with offices in Auckland, London, Melbourne, and now San Francisco.
Kiwi firm pulls off US partnership - Mako Networks
Mako Networks is helping Aperia Solutions chart a new direction, following a new partnership agreement with the company.
Seven tips for avoiding VoIP Toll Fraud
Business customers are increasingly utilising VoIP technology, and for good reason.
Mako makes four distribution partner deals
Cloud-based network management company grows Asian sales Channel with new deals in Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines.
From Auckland to the world: Mako Networks’ global ambition
A billion-dollar opportunity beckons for North Shore-based Mako Networks...
Mako Networks hires ops, finances exec
Experienced CFO appointed to help company respond to anticipated growth.
Mako Networks lands distie deal in US, UK
Kiwi company's hardware and software to form foundation of payment security solution in multi-million-dollar deal.
Taking a snap at security
Auckland-based Mako Networks is taking a bite out of the international cyber security market, providing services to not only connect businesses to the Internet but also to protect them from the threats it contains
Mako Networks appliance receives design award
Sleek device 'communicates company values & product benefits'.
Secure me: credit card fraud
Credit card fraud is something all merchants should be concerned about – and it presents opportunities for resellers as well, says Simon Gamble, co-founder and business development director of Mako Networks.
Xero scores $4m from govt R & D grant
Online accounting vendor one of the biggest winners from second round of science & technology funding.
Mako & Skyzer sign security deal
Partnership to help protect businesses from credit card fraud.