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ISACA releases blockchain guides to help enterprise adoption

08 January, 2021

ISACA has released two free resources to facilitate the adoption of blockchain technology for enterprises and tech professionals.

Road safety boost: CAVs can now see around corners

21 December, 2020

Australian researchers have made a breakthrough in cooperative perception tests, revealing that smart cars can now see hidden pedestrians, even through buildings.

Dematic to deploy automated distribution centre for Woolworths

07 December, 2020

The 40,700-square-metre National Distribution Centre is planned to feature wall-to-wall automation, providing the flexibility to cater for seasonal and other peaks in demand.

Victoria commits $626m for digital infrastructure overhaul

26 November, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Victorian Government will spend $626m for projects aimed at enhancing the state's broadband, mobile and other digital infrastructure.

UK tech company BJSS establishes APAC HQ in Melbourne

24 November, 2020

British technology and engineering consultancy BJSS will establish its APAC headquarters in Melbourne, thereby creating 150 new jobs for IT professionals.

Government charges ahead with EV infrastructure for consumers

20 November, 2020

The government is supporting a trial of electric vehicle charging technologies on 300 users across NSW, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia.

Ethernet Alliance launches Gen 2 PoE Certification Program

12 November, 2020

Following rising industry demand for seamless interoperating PoE products and solutions, the Ethernet Alliance has launched its Gen 2 PoE Certification Program.

Australia joins Japan, US to fund undersea cable in Palau

30 October, 2020

Australia will partner with Japan and the United States to fund a $30 million project for an undersea fibre-optic cable to enhance Palau's digital connectivity.

Epson business projectors

24 September, 2020

Epson has launched the EB-W52, EB-FH52, EB-972, EB-982W and EB-992F business projectors, featuring split screen functionality and 3LCD, 3-chip technology.

PC market surges 35.2% due to COVID demand

16 September, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

IDC estimates the Australian PC market grew 35.2% in 2Q20 as consumers and firms sought tools to enable staff to work and study from home.

Outdoor Pole Solution powering 5G deployment

07 September, 2020 by Darren Salter

With the coming of 5G, the relationship between power quality and connectivity will play a critical part in ensuring the resilience of high-speed networks.

MFB Slim Line cabinets

01 August, 2020

The MFB Slim Line series of cabinets are smart, attractive, low-profile patch panel hub enclosures suitable for SOHO workspaces or confined spaces and high traffic areas.

Southern Cross hits key milestone for NEXT cable

28 July, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Southern Cross Cable Network has secured US FCC approval to build the US landing station for its 72 Tbps Southern Cross NEXT cable.

Network Technologies Incorporated E-5D Advanced Server Environment Monitoring System

01 July, 2020

The Network Technologies Incorporated E-5D Advanced Server Environment Monitoring System utilises sensors to monitor critical server room environmental and security conditions.

Gadi ranks 25 in Global 500 Supercomputer index

24 June, 2020 by Amy Sarcevic

Eight times more powerful than its predecessor, Australia's Gadi supercomputer is poised to aid major global research projects.

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