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Displaying items by tag: Bureau of Meteorology

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology says it has fixed the issues that prevented users of the textmode browser lynx from accessing its website.

Published in Climate

The Bureau of Meteorology has started blocking the text browsers lynx and w3m from accessing its website, preventing many sight-impaired readers from using the site.

Published in Climate

The Facebook pages of the Bureau of Meteorology and numerous government organisations are among those that cannot be viewed after the social media firm instituted a ban on Australian publishers and people from sharing or viewing Australian and international news content.

Published in Technology Regulation

Specialist fibre and network solutions provider Vocus claims it has reached a new milestone in the growth of its enterprise business as the top provider of NBN Enterprise Ethernet services.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Based in Canberra, Australia's newest supercomputer named Gadi has placesd 25th in the world in the latest Top500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers after achieving impressive benchmark results.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 06:44

Vocus lands $15m deal to expand contract with BoM

The Vocus Group has signed a $15.695 million deal with the Bureau of Meteorology, meaning that its existing arrangement with the agency is more or less doubled.

Thursday, 25 July 2019 12:32

Unisys secures deal with Bureau of Meteorology

Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has inked a contract with IT solutions provider Unisys to design, build and manage new secure cloud infrastructure and an upgraded wide area network to better support current services and indirectly provide a “modern operating environment”.

Published in Cloud

Staff at the Bureau of Meteorology have made their dissatisfaction with their pay known – and chosen the daily weather forecasts to inform the public about the issue.

Published in Strategy

The face of disgraced American television star Roseanne Barr suddenly appeared in all its glory in the most unlikely of places on Thursday: as a radar image on the website of the Bureau of Meteorology.

Published in Security
Thursday, 13 October 2016 11:17

Met attack not as 'massive' as reported

An intrusion into the Bureau of Meteorology's network last year was not half as "massive" as the Australian Broadcasting Corporation tried to make it out to be.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 10:48

Australia to get new climate science centre

A national climate research centre is to be established in the Tasmanian capital of Hobart to focus on climate modelling and projections for Australia.

Published in Climate
Thursday, 17 December 2015 10:17

BoM hack: silence since those first reports

Around the beginning of December, there were reports, mostly attributed to nameless sources, that the supercomputer at the Bureau of Meteorology had been the target of an intrusion.

Published in Open Sauce
Thursday, 01 October 2015 12:52

Weather forecasting just got better- much better

More accurate and more frequent weather forecasts will now be delivered by the Bureau of Meteorology with the bureau now given access to the Himawari-8 satellite, the most advanced dedicated weather satellite in the world.

Published in Climate

Australia's government-run weather experts the Bureau of Meterology will purchase a new supercomputer and datacentre following a datalink upgrade, boosting speeds from 80 gigabits per second to 200.

Published in Climate
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 22:22

Budget 2012: it's raining dollars and cents

In 2011 the Bureau of Meteorology attracted more than 3.3 billion page views – more than some porn sites. Not surprisingly the Government wants its cut of the digital dollar.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 13:42

BoM delivers new iPhone app

With water storage levels being a common topic of conversation as parts of Australia suffer from drought, the Bureau of Meteorology's official Water Storage iPhone application is now available for free download at the iTunes App Store.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 16 March 2010 00:46

It's a-blowin' in the wind over Southern Ocean

Australian and U.S. scientists have concluded that the winds over the Southern Ocean hold the key to how its surface waters help to transfer heat and carbon dioxide between the deeper waters and the atmosphere in the Southern Hemisphere.

Published in Climate

Today the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and the CSIRO published a snapshot of the state of climate change in Australia.

Published in Climate
Monday, 01 February 2010 16:30

Sun users shiver as they wait for Oracle


Australian enterprises which are heavy users of Sun Microsystems hardware will be 'shivering in their boots' until Oracle makes clear its roadmap for the future and sets out what products it will continue to support and what will become legacy.

Published in Market
SMS Management & Technology has scored a 12-month contract, with a possible two year extension, with the water division of the Bureau of Meteorology to assist in the management and delivery of a water resources information system (AWRIS).

Published in Deals

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