Charles Sturt University, one of Australia’s largest regional universities, is rolling out a $2 million Motorola wireless network to ensure blanket access to the internet and online university resources for more than 11,000 staff and students at its campuses and student residences.
The world’s first commercial 1800 MHz LTE/EPC network has been launched in Poland using Huawei’s E2E solution.
Ericsson signs a new five-year frame agreement with Australia’s national broadcaster, the ABC.
The ADC Krone fibre-optic connectivity portfolio has been aligned with the new 802.3ba Standard in telco and data-centre markets.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has welcomed the announcement of the new Australian Government.
More than one in three Victorian councils chart IT strategy for mobilising ratepayer services.
Ericsson has delivered 2 million radio base stations as the world heads towards 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
Two-storey swells, gale-force winds and a shifting, toothpaste-like ocean floor are just some of the more common hazards facing the subsea geotechnical survey crews of Benthic Geotech, a pioneering Australian company specialising in sampling the sea floor for its oil, engineering and scientific clients around the world.
The Australian Information Industry Association has welcomed the focus on communications, broadband and the digital economy being brought to the national election campaign by the Australian Government.
Telstra has launched the Turbo Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband modem with a slim profile and rotating USB connection point that can fit inside a pocket.
According to Ericsson estimates, based on industry information, the five billionth mobile subscription was added on 8 July. Statistics include: two million additions per day, more than 500 million 3G subscriptions and a predicted 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
Telstra and Huawei carry out Australia’s first LTE demo at 1800 MHz.
Freenet Antennas’ high-speed, point-to-point kits are claimed to simplify installation of wireless network links with TCP/IP data speeds up to 150 Mbps.
The IsatPhone Pro global handheld satellite phone has a robust handset, long battery life and is suitable for users both at sea and in remote locations. It is supported by the Inmarsat existing satellite network and uses technology customised for use in harsh environments.
Panasonic Australia has donated a lightweight, heavy-duty, military-strength Toughbook notebook to Marine Rescue Middle Harbour for navigation on its ‘vintage’ Waveney Class lifeboat, which began life 40 years ago in service with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in the English Channel.