The CF19 Mk2 and CF30 Mk2 Toughbooks are notebooks designed for use in extreme conditions.
Minitar has launched three draft IEEE 802.11n wireless networking devices.
Connect One’s Mini Socket iWi-Fi is an embedded serial-to-Wi-Fi module that connects embedded devices running machine-to-machine (M2M) applications to 802.11b/g wireless LANs.
The GoBook VR-2 in-vehicle solution combines a rugged notebook with 3G wireless connectivity and is suitable for businesses with a mobile workforce.
The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 smartphone is now available and includes a media player, Bluetooth 2.0 functionality and a 2 MP camera with flash.
RMIT students get access to satellite communications to enhance their skills.
Fitness First, Australia’s largest chain of health clubs, now offers members access to gym and class information from their mobile phones through a website developed especially for mobiles. This service also allows car manufacturer Hyundai to target Fitness First members through their mobiles.
Australian explorers Chris Bray and Clark Carter have journeyed through the Canadian Arctic with the assistance of several Eee PCs.
A trans-continental radio astronomy demonstration highlights national network coordination to strengthen Australia’s bid for the Square Kilometre Array.
The Rose Electronics CrystalView Plus-USB extender will extend high-resolution video (up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz) and USB (Keyboard and Mouse) up to 300 m over a single Category 5, 5e, 6 or Level 7 (CATx) cable.
Michael Boustridge will lead BT’s Asia Pacific operations.
Advertising and marketing agency Euro RSCG has deployed Neverfail to provide continuous availability support its BlackBerry smartphone users in Australia and the Asia–Pacific (APAC).
A research partnership between CSIRO and China into wireless technologies is an exciting development which should bear fruit in the 4G and 5G mobile networks arena.
When Optus built a new campus-style headquarters in Macquarie Park, Sydney, the company selected Andrew Wireless Solutions to design and install an in-building wireless mobile communication infrastructure system.
Carrying a laptop in a kayak across the Tasman Sea might seem insane, but it’s exactly what James Castrission and Justin Jones did in their journey from Australia to New Zealand.