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RSP Aussie Broadband has contracted Telstra Wholesale to provide it with backhaul capacity between 42 NBN POIs and data centres in the remaining areas not covered by Aussie's own network.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Intel's Ultrabook concept wanted its PCs to be as thin and light as they are today, while sporting up to 13 hours of battery life and the powerful performance today's processors are capable of, coupled with fast storage, Thunderbolt 4 and USB 4, a QHD screen and more, and Lenovo's Slim 7i Carbon lives up to the promise.

Published in Reviews

Engineers Australia, the peak body of the engineering profession, will turn its focus to climate at a roundtable in Sydney this week aimed at exploring practical ways in which engineers can accelerate the low carbon transition and reduce the impacts of climate change on communities.

Published in Climate

National ICT Australia (NICTA) and the University of Sydney have collaborated to create the first digital map of seafloor sediments using artificial intelligence (AI) and big data.

Published in Climate

Increased investment in ICT could save business, government and consumers an estimated $8.1 billion and more than 27 million tonnes of carbon pollution could be avoided every year, according to a newly published report.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 19 August 2011 16:20

One company's own carbon revolution

Australian company, Carbon Revolution, is already taking advantage of federal government financial incentives to encourage the development of clean technologies, with the commercialisation of the world's first one piece carbon fibre automotive wheel.

Published in Market

As Australia readies itself for the imposition of a Carbon tax and renewed calls ring out from Bob Brown and the Greens to shut down all of Australia's coal fired power stations, the question remains as to whether the Greens vision of Australia going 100% renewable energy by 2020 is actually feasible or just a dewy-eyed impossible dream.

Published in Beerfiles
Sunday, 26 June 2011 20:05

Time for a solar power reality check

The Federal Government has been waxing lyrical about a new $923 million photovoltaic solar power plant soon to commence construction in Australia. The new solar farm at Moree near the NSW-QLD border will occupy 1200 hectares (12 square kilometres) with a capacity of 150MW, making it the largest in the world. In the scheme of power generation, is this plant of any significance?

Published in Beerfiles

Cloud computing is touted as one of the ways Australian businesses, organisations and government can help the Green cause and the challenge of reducing carbon emissions to give us, and the rest of the world, a cleaner and more environmentally-friendly future. However, is the Cloud really so Green or is that really just a load of carbon laced fluff?

Published in Market

PCs represent more than 30% of the power costs of corporations therefore it stands to reason that if you're not using a power minimisation system for your enterprise workstations you're pouring money down the drain. That's the contention of the visiting boss of a leading power management software provider.

Campbelltown City Council in Adelaide has expanded its use of TechnologyOne software to support its greenhouse emissions reporting efforts.
Published in Market
The Cassini spacecraft, as announced by NASA on December 18, 2009, has confirmed the presence of liquid hydrocarbons on the surface of Saturn’s largest moon Titan with the use of ‘specular reflection’: recording the reflection of sunlight off of one of Titan’s methane lakes.

Published in Space




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