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PC market breaks losing streak in 2019

14 January, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The traditional PC market finally grew in 2019 after seven consecutive years in decline, driven by last-minute migrations from the now-extinct Windows 7.


Telecoms operators working to restore bushfire-affected networks

09 January, 2020

Australian telecommunications operators are working to restore networks in bushfire-affected areas, allowing communities to receive vital emergency information.


Cascade effect management key for I&O teams in 2020

18 December, 2019

Managing flow-on effects of newly implemented technologies will be a key activity for infrastructure and operations teams in 2020, according to Gartner. 


New subsea cable starts its journey in Sydney

02 December, 2019 by Jonathan Nally

The Japan-Guam-Australia South subsea cable has been landed at Narrabeen Beach, marking the completion of the Sydney shore end work.


ATEN Professional Online UPS

01 October, 2019

ATEN's Professional Online UPS can adjust incoming AC power and provide emergency power to electronic devices when the input power source fails.


nbn to connect traffic signals, cameras and other devices

20 September, 2019

Traffic signals, automatic teller machines, some types of CCTV and a range of other specialised devices can now connect to the nbn via Network Extensions.


More EV charging stations to roll out across Australia

27 August, 2019

Evie Networks is set to roll out an "ultra-fast" EV charging network across Australia, in a $50.2m project, with $15m funding from ARENA.


Optus Business, Myriota to bring IoT to remote Australia

20 August, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Optus Business has partnered with Australian nanosatellite IoT start-up Myriota to bolster remote IoT coverage across Australia.


Adelaide to host MIT's fourth Living Lab

10 July, 2019

The Lab is intended to bring the public, private and research sectors together to analyse data and help SA achieve economic and sustainable population growth.


Digitising services could save citizens a day per year

05 July, 2019

Australians are spending up to 14 hours a year standing in line, mailing forms or waiting on hold to access government services, a new study has shown.


Infosys Melbourne 5G Living Lab opens

06 June, 2019

The Melbourne 5G Living Lab has just been launched by Infosys, designed to help service providers monetise 5G network deployment.


Companies investing heavily in RPA

08 May, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Companies will on average invest around $7m in robotic process automation this year, according to a survey of respondents in 14 markets including Australia.


Telstra to open 28 Business Technology Centres

06 March, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telstra plans to introduce a new way of interacting with small business customers through the opening of 28 Business Technology Centres across Australia.


Telco service reliability proposals welcomed by RRRCC

19 November, 2018

Proposals to improve the reliability of telco services have been supported by the Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC).


Scienceworks exhibits the renowned CSIRAC

20 July, 2018

An iconic computer has been added to the Scienceworks Think Ahead exhibition in Melbourne.


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