In just a few days time on February 15, it will be 75 years since the deployment of the first all-electronic, programmable computer at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, called ENIAC, which stands for an "Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer".
With nearly 400 people in attendance, the 30th Anniversary of the Internet in Australia was a sold out event, featuring excellent speeches, a fascinating panel discussion, quantum supremacy, great prizes and more!
As Peter Coroneos releases the next in a series of video interviews leading up the the big event, with Peter interviewing Macquarie Telecom co-founder Aidan Tudehope below, the numbers have now reached the venue limit of almost 400 guests.
The event of the decade approaches as tickets are nearly sold out for this landmark event which will see many of the luminaries of Australia’s internet community gather for a night of celebration and reflection.
High-speed Internet service provider MyRepublic is celebrating its first year of business in Australia, and celebrating many milestones "including consistently ranking number 1 on Steam for average download rates".
The live stream will enable you to connect to the Management Education for a Sustainable tomorrow the flagship event on the golden jubilee celebration at IIM-Calcutta.
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