Edimax Technology has introduced the 11n dual mode internet camera with pan/tilt and zoom function wireless IP camera, IC-7000PTn. It is capable of sending live video through the internet to a web browser anywhere in the world. The camera is equipped with a 1.3 megapixel lens and supports 802.11n technology, which is suitable for transferring high-quality video because of the higher transmission rates and stable signal.
Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 — the next generation of RIM’s secure, push-based server software for business mobility — is now available.
Top gong awarded to NICTA's Dr Chris Nicol for work in embedded sytems.
Norfolk Island will be way ahead of Australia with high-speed broadband.
Huawei has developed a 3G/Wi-Fi solution for class laptops.
Australian businesses are expected to increase their reliance on smartphones and wireless broadband over the next two years, as a means to improve productivity during the economic downturn.
MacquarieView is a multi-carrier, Web 2.0 telecommunications management dashboard.
The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 smartphone is now available and includes a media player, Bluetooth 2.0 functionality and a 2 MP camera with flash.
The CF19 Mk2 and CF30 Mk2 Toughbooks are notebooks designed for use in extreme conditions.
The GoBook VR-2 in-vehicle solution combines a rugged notebook with 3G wireless connectivity and is suitable for businesses with a mobile workforce.
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.
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.