Networking > Wireless

Back to the Future

18 April, 2013 by Anthony Caruana

Forty years ago, a revolution took place that completely changed the way we connect, communicate and collaborate.


Faster than USB2, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

10 October, 2012

Transferring large amounts of data between devices is much faster with a recently developed optical wireless communication module that can achieve a transmission rate of 3 Gbps.


Macquarie University revamps wired and wireless networks

03 September, 2012 by Andrew Collins

Macquarie University has revamped its wired and wireless networks in anticipation of growing bandwidth needs.The university has also been able to “vastly extend” its wireless network coverage, according to Peter Hole, Manager, Implementation at the university.


Absolute Analysis CPRI Protocol Analyser and Link Valuator

06 June, 2012

Absolute Analysis’s Investigator for CPRI provides a comprehensive tool set for validating and debugging CPRI links between devices such as remote radio head units and base band units.


Huawei Australia staff to ride 1656 km in Tour de Cure fundraiser

04 May, 2012

Huawei Australia is cheering on the cyclists riding in the sixth annual Tour de Cure. Huawei’s Corporate Relations and Programs Manager, Lisa Connors, has committed to complete the 11-day, 1656 km ride from Brisbane to Mission Beach in Queensland and will ride alongside Sunrise Sports Presenter Mark Beretta and 90 other cyclists from corporate partners including Optus, Commonwealth Bank, Lexus, Harvey Norman and more.


Multicampus wireless for mobile med majors

17 June, 2011

Victoria’s Deakin University has deployed a federated wireless infrastructure upgrade, known as ‘DeakinSecure’. The new network is designed to improve connectivity for the increasing number of students spending course time in remote health locations such as public hospitals.


Unitronix AMP5072 1U MicroTCA application-ready system

25 May, 2011 by

The AMP5072 1U MicroTCA application-ready system features Serial RapidIO fabric with system timing module for wireless base station synchronisation. These systems integrate all the hardware components, operating system and software protocols, and are suitable for wireless application development.


CSIRO reveals more efficient wireless broadband

22 March, 2011

A new CSIRO wireless project, Ngara, could be a boon for rural and regional broadband. The technology promises to be four times as efficient as competing wireless technologies.


Breakthrough brings wireless broadband to the bush

03 November, 2010

A major CSIRO breakthrough in wireless technology is designed to bring broadband to people living beyond the optical fibre network in the bush.


Coca-Cola Amatil finds Toughbooks are tough enough in all conditions

01 November, 2010

Coca-Cola Amatil deploys Panasonic Toughbooks and finds they come up trumps in tough conditions.


D-Link DIR-457U myPocket 3.75G HSUPA rechargeable wireless router

19 October, 2010 by

With the DIR-457U myPocket 3.75G HSUPA wireless router, users can quickly connect to a 3.75 G mobile network by inserting a UMTS/HSUPA SIM card and share high-speed mobile internet connection with up to 16 wireless devices within the area. The slim, rechargeable battery-powered router is small enough to be carried in a pocket.


D-Link DIR-457U myPocket 3.75G HSUPA rechargeable battery-powered wireless router

19 October, 2010

With the DIR-457U myPocket 3.75G HSUPA wireless router, users can quickly connect to a 3.75 G mobile network by inserting a UMTS/HSUPA SIM card and share high-speed mobile Internet connection with up to 16 wireless devices within the area. The slim, a rechargeable battery-powered router is small enough to be carried in a pocket.


Mounties’ wireless network improves productivity

30 June, 2010

The Mounties Group has implemented a business-class, centrally managed, secure wireless networking solution to improve staff productivity from D-Link.


WiMAX technology for vividwireless network

12 May, 2010

In a claimed worldwide first, Huawei has delivered beamforming technology for the Perth-based vividwireless WiMAX network.


Broadband wireless

17 August, 2009 by

Airmux-400 is a carrier-class, full duplex, 50 Mbps capacity, multipoint-to-point broadband wireless transmission device.


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