Displaying items by tag: Curtin University

Specialist technology secondary fund SecondQuarter Ventures has appointed Sam Kroonenburg as a venture partner.

Published in People Moves

Researchers will work to deliver the first-ever optical communications from a 1U CubeSat based on the technology behind Western Australia’s Binar-1 spacecraft as the result of a new partnership between Curtin University’s Space Science and Technology Centre and laser communications company Chascii.

Published in Space
Thursday, 14 April 2022 13:23

AWS and DTA renew whole-of-government agreement

Cloud provider Amazon Web Services and the Australian Government's Digital Transformation Agency have renewed and extended their whole-of-government agreement.

Published in Government Tech
Thursday, 07 April 2022 23:11

Astronomers detect galactic space laser

A powerful radio-wave laser, called a ‘megamaser’, has been observed by the MeerKAT telescope in South Africa, with the record-breaking find claimed as the most distant megamaser of its kind ever detected, at about five billion light years from Earth.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 15 March 2022 10:41

Cisco ANZ selects Solder as CTO

26-year Cisco veteran Carl Solder returns to Australia to take up the role of chief technology officer.

Published in People Moves

AWS has announced over 30 new local zones will be constructed, delivering single-digit millisecond latency performance at the edge of the cloud, including two in Australia, in Brisbane and Perth. These will complement the existing Sydney region, the upcoming Melbourne region, and edge locations in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, has made first contact with ground control at Curtin University, after it was launched into low orbit from the International Space Station two weeks ago.

Published in Space

New Curtin University research has found the Moon may have been subjected to much greater impacts from asteroids and other bodies than previously thought, building on our understanding of the Moon’s earliest geologic evolution.

Published in Space

Application performance management specialist New Relic has promoted Ben Goodman to the role of senior vice president, sales and general manager for Asia Pacific and Japan.

Published in People Moves

Western Australia's first industry-university 5G laboratory has opened, with telco Singtel Optus and Curtin University showcasing some 5G uses.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Genius Armoury aims to identify and attract potential cyber security talent within the autistic community.

Published in Education

A blockchain solar energy trading trial that lets households set their own electricity prices has found the technology is technically feasible, viewed positively by participants and can lead to localised energy autonomy - and provide a big boost for peer-to-peer systems globally, according to Western Australian headquartered blockchain cryptocurrency and energy trading platform provider Power Ledger.

Published in Energy

Federally-funded not-for-profit AustCyber has announced the final four projects that will be financially supported by its $15 million fund intended to help the Australian cyber security industry.

Published in Strategy

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

Optus has partnered with Curtin University to ramp up research on 5G aimed at connecting the university’s staff, students to the “cutting-edge” technology.

Western Australia’s Curtin University has turned to software provider TechnologyOne to bolster its Software as a Service (SaaS) ERP solution, as it works to respond to the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published in Deals

An “innovative” cyber security solution developed by Curtin University researchers is a step closer to hitting the market after securing a Federal Government Accelerating Commercialisation Grant of $170,000.

Published in Security

New research from Australia’s Curtin University has revealed how pairing satellite images with an existing global network of radio telescopes can be used to paint a previously unseen whole-of-planet picture of the geological processes that shape the Earth’s crust.

Published in Space
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