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.
Vocus Communications, a telco wholesaler, will acquire 59 km of dark fibre in Sydney and Melbourne from Digital River Networks for a sum of $3.95 million, in order to expand into the supply of metro fibre services.
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.
In preparation for the NBN, Nextgen Networks has announced the completion of its Perth to Geraldton fibre backhaul link, which is intended to fill blackspots in existing regional broadband availability.
Communications vendors Motorola and Cox have achieved return path data transmission speeds of 356 Mbps in Las Vegas tests, claiming a world record in the process.
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.
Silver Peak Systems has announced the opening of offices in Sydney and Melbourne, with Wayne Neich leading the company's strategic growth.
STA Travel has signed a five-year regional network contract with Azzurri for network monitoring, hardware support, firewall and WAN management and network connectivity.
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 deploys Panasonic Toughbooks and finds they come up trumps in tough conditions.
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.
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.
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.
Opengear’s ACM5004-G 3G console server can be used for server, power and device management and full environmental and network monitoring with in-band and out-of-band capabilities.
The Mounties Group has implemented a business-class, centrally managed, secure wireless networking solution to improve staff productivity from D-Link.