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An op-ed in The Australian, which accuses journalists at the ABC and Guardian Australia of failing to provide balanced coverage of climate issues, conveniently avoids citing the full results of a study into electric vehicles, apparently to suit its own arguments.

Published in Open Sauce

Optus Enterprise and Myriota have partnered with Queensland’s Moreton Bay Regional Council to deploy ground-breaking Internet of Things (IoT) satellite water tank sensors that will monitor the level of water in outdoor water tanks, eliminating the need to send staff to remote locations for manual checks. The inefficient solution required one staff member per day per week to monitor waters levels.

Published in Internet of Things
Tuesday, 20 October 2020 09:22

Optus, AWS ink strategic collaboration agreement

Optus has signed a collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services aimed at better supporting digital transformation by delivering new end-to-end cloud services and migration support to Australian businesses.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Taxation Office has signed five managed network services contracts with Optus Business, a division of Singtel Optus, Australia's second biggest telco, with each to run for three years initially, with the option of being extended thrice for two years at a time. The total value of the contracts is $233.32 million.

Optus Business has announced a new intelligent generation platform - Liquid Infrastructure - that it says helps enterprises configure their networks in as little as five minutes, and scale network capacity “up and down in a few clicks”.

A new alliance led by global networking company Cisco and telco Optus in partnership with La Trobe and Curtin Universities has been formed to accelerate innovation, aimed at improving Australia’s long-term digital economic resilience and transformation.

Published in Market

The social media world’s newest two celebrities are Brandon Reynolds, 21, and Jarrod Hrotek, 22, whose app lets people chat to celebs for a fee, of which 50% goes to charity.

Published in Apps
Monday, 17 May 2010 20:32

The iPad gets an Australian app

The Australian newspaper will be launching the first Aussie newspaper application for the Apple iPad, as excitement continues to build for the device.

Published in Mobility




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