Networking > WLANs

STL and Vocus partner on Project Horizon

17 October, 2022

Digital network integrator STL has announced a collaboration with Vocus Group for Project Horizon in Western Australia.

How smart tech is transforming higher education

09 August, 2022 by Sanjiv Verma, Vice President APAC, Ruckus Networks, CommScope

A growing number of colleges and universities today resemble smart cities of the future and they're undergoing a high-tech makeover.

Why comprehensive and secure SD-WAN solutions are essential

20 July, 2022 by Ilan Rubin, Chief Executive Officer, Wavelink

Organisations are increasingly looking to software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) solutions to help better protect their environments.

Survey suggests NaaS interest on the rise

01 July, 2022

A new study suggests a rising interest in Network-as-a-Service, as technology leaders re-evaluate their current infrastructure and network setup.

From few to many: the networking impact of WFH

10 September, 2021 by Daniel Polomka, Regional Sales Manager ANZ

Australian businesses are reprioritising towards more permanent change, with the realisation that life and work will continue to differ from 'normal'.

D-Link DAP-2610 concurrent dual-band access point

06 September, 2017

The D-Link DAP-2610 concurrent dual-band access point provides companies with a WLAN system that includes a broad range of functions and 802.11ac Wave 2 speeds.

Roaming accountants turn to 4G Wi-Fi cradle

05 November, 2013

Pitcher Partners, an accountancy, auditing and advisory firm, has implemented a 4G Wi-Fi cradle to improve its audit teams' access to the internet while on the road.

Brocade upgrading Dreamworld's Wi-Fi network

28 October, 2013 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Ardent Leisure, the owner of Australia's largest theme park - Dreamworld, has contracted Brocade to upgrade and replace the park's wireless networking infrastructure.

What's next for the network?

21 August, 2013 by Anthony Caruana

We've come a long way in just 40 years since the first ethernet network was created. That same year, the first mobile calls were made, ushering in the era of mobile data. But what's happening today and what's next?

Flinders Uni to build $14m campus network

10 July, 2013

Flinders University has teamed with Cisco and Dimension Data to build a campus network - including 802.11a/c Wi-Fi and a dedicated high-speed research network - for students and staff.

Enabling the use of iPads in a hospital environment

05 April, 2013

Mater Health Services North Queensland has introduced a new wireless network to cater to the growing demands of wireless devices in the hospital environment.

Free Wi-Fi provider kits out QVB, Galeries, Strand and Chifley Plaza

29 January, 2013 by Andrew Collins

SkyFii, a provider of advertising-supported Wi-Fi solutions, has completed installation of several wireless systems in Sydney shopping centres well before deadline, using wireless technology implemented by BigAir.

Health services provider bridges four centres with Wi-Fi

11 April, 2011

Winner of the Primary Health Service of the Year 2010 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards, Inner South Community Health Service (ISCHS) is a major provider of health and community services in the inner southern region of Melbourne. Servicing a catchment of 190,000 people, ISCHS’s work spans the continuum of prevention, early intervention and long-term management delivering specialist expertise in working with highly marginalised groups.

Intelligence at the edge - wireless networking

07 March, 2011

The NBN has certainly engendered debate about fibre versus wireless. Motorola’s Roy Wittert enters the debate and charts the future of wireless networking in Australia.

Digi AnywhereUSB hubs

12 August, 2010 by

The Digi AnywhereUSB hubs are capable of connecting a wide range of devices located on a wired or wireless LAN. They eliminate the need for locally attached host PCs, allowing users to monitor and manage devices from a remote server or PC.

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