IT Management > Infrastructure

Link Group hands Fujitsu an $80m managed services deal

02 October, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian financial services provider Link Group has signed an $80 million deal to expand its managed IT infrastructure services arrangement with Fujitsu to cover the entire business.

Konica Minolta bizhub C368 and bizhub C308 colour multifunction printers

21 September, 2015

Konica Minolta has launched two office colour multifunction printers (MFP), bizhub C368 and bizhub C308, which feature wireless, mobile and cloud technology allowing users to print wherever they like without the need for software drivers.

Outdated tech behind Aussie bank IT outages

14 September, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian EFTPOS provider Tyro Payments has called on Australian banks to upgrade their "ageing and archaic" IT systems to address the sector's regular IT outages.

Vix wins $27m smart ticket contract in Malaysia

30 July, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian smart ticketing and payment technology vendor Vix Technology has picked up a $27m contract to supply components of Malaysia's planned unified public transport ticketing system.

Supercharged supercomputer for Bureau of Meteorology

22 July, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Department of the Environment has ordered a new supercomputer for the Bureau of Meteorology that is 16 times more powerful than its current system.

Brother PDS-5000 and PDS-6000 desktop scanners

07 July, 2015

Brother International Australia has released the PDS-5000 and PDS-6000 desktop scanners for high-volume scanning needs, featuring increased speed and throughput as well as improved image processing and compatibility through drivers and bundled software solutions.

Converged infrastructures vs SDN: integrate or disaggregate?

06 July, 2015 by Wilson Lai, Technical Director, Asia-Pacific and Japan, Extreme Networks

Which is best - getting networks up and running quickly with the most converged infrastructure available, or using SDN to promote open and dynamic systems that can leverage innovations faster?

Panasonic LF8 and LFE8 display panels

26 June, 2015

Panasonic Australia has launched a series of digital signage and business display panels designed for clear viewing in a range of lighting situations and versatile playback for a variety of formats.

University of Sydney launches HPC

10 June, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The University of Sydney's new Artemis high-performance computer has been designed in collaboration with Dell to meet the requirements of the university's researchers.

Panasonic PT-VW350 projector

20 May, 2015

The ultraportable PT-VW350 projector is suitable for small offices or sales and marketing teams, offering high brightness, powerful contrast and long lamp life.

HP ZBook 14 and 15u Workstation Ultrabooks

30 March, 2015

HP has introduced the ZBook 14 and 15u Workstation Ultrabooks with 14″ or 15.6″ high-performance screens respectively, Microsoft Windows 8.1, 5th-generation Intel Core processors and AMD FirePro 3D graphics.

Epson WorkForce Pro RIPS ink system

17 March, 2015

Epson's WorkForce Pro RIPS, when used with Epson's WorkForce Pro R5000 series and R8000 series multifunction printers, can deliver up to 75,000 printed pages in both black and colour before the ink needs to be replaced.

Eaton ATS30 Compact Power Source Transfer Switch

25 February, 2015

Eaton has introduced the single-phase Eaton ATS30 Compact Power Source Transfer Switch designed to provide power supply redundancy for single connection equipment.

Industrial networks in the IoT era

04 February, 2015

The second annual ACI Connect event in April will include the inaugural Future Networks Forum, where industry experts will ponder the future of industrial networks in the IoT era.

5000 delegates to gather in Melbourne for Convention 2014

19 September, 2014

Around 5000 delegates will gather in Melbourne later this year for the largest engineering event ever held in the Southern Hemisphere.

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