Around 92% of Australian adults accessed the internet during the six months ending in May, but over one million Australians have never been online, ACMA research shows.
In our Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Thorsten Punke, Strategic Marketing Manager, ANZ, TE Connectivity.
O'Ring-Networking's unmanaged Ethernet switches from Ethernet Australia offer a simple, rugged and affordable industrial-grade solution where no advanced configurations are needed when connecting Ethernet-enabled devices.
FCI SAS storage interfaces are suitable for storage hardware applications that can be deployed in data centres and telecommunications, with 6 to 12 GBps channel bandwidth requirements that meet or exceed the respective SAS 2.1 and SAS 3.0 industry standard specifications.
After months of negotiations, NBN Co has signed agreements allowing it to progressively take control of parts of Telstra and Optus's HFC networks, as well as copper assets from Telstra.
NBN Co plans to use FTTN by default for the NBN rollout in all areas inside the fixed-line footprint besides those already covered by HFC or FTTP.
In 2014, network managers and engineers at all levels have access to levels of technology that would have been undreamed of only a few short years ago. But despite all the advances, there are potential bottlenecks looming.
NBN Co has listed the first 140 suburbs due to be connected to the network via FTTN technology using Telstra's copper lines, as part of the government's multi-technology trial.
NEC Australia has won the contract to manage, maintain and support the central and local data networks of all South Australian state government agencies.
Declining voice revenues and tougher competition in business data services caused the Australian fixed telecom market to decline 2.3% last year, and IDC expects the market to continue to contract.