Displaying items by tag: Internet of Things

Australian semiconductor start-up Morse Micro says it is sampling its Wi-Fi HaLow chips to product developers to evaluate and test the solution. By making the HaLow chips available, Morse Micro also adds it expects to see Wi-Fi reach billions of devices.

Published in Internet of Things

Wireless specialist builds state of the art testing centre for enterprises and municipalities looking to deliver IoT solutions.

Published in Internet of Things

GUEST OPINION by Jim Cook, ANZ Regional Director at Attivo Networks: When the global SolarWinds cyberattack came to light earlier this year, it sparked grave concerns across private and public-sector organisations. If attackers could use software from a trusted vendor to breach defences, how could security ever be guaranteed again?

Published in Guest Opinion

Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4, forming the foundation of the company’s new Red Hat Edge Initiative to power the next wave of edge computing.

Published in The Linux Distillery

Adelaide-based connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, Myriota, has started offering commercial IoT services in the US and Canada with the launch of the first of three nanosatellites on Rocket Lab's "They Go Up So Fast" mission.

Published in Internet of Things

Key take outs:

  • The Australian healthcare sector faces significant challenges and opportunities highlighted by COVID-19.
  • Healthcare providers need to put the patient at the centre of everything they do.
  • Technology such as artificial intelligence, big data, and wearable sensors connected to the Internet of Things will play a significant role in putting the patient at the centre of the experience.
  • Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand has explored these themes in depth in its latest whitepaper titled A human-centric vision for the future of healthcare. The full whitepaper is available for download here.

GUEST RESEARCH: The COVID-19 outbreak has brought the preparedness of Australia’s healthcare sector into sharp focus. As the immediate disruption from the pandemic recedes, the Australian healthcare sector will continue to face significant challenges and opportunities. Healthcare providers will need to gain a clear understanding of the landscape to determine where they sit and how they will compete in a rapidly changing environment, according to Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Guest Articles

Lenovo is taking advantage of its strong supply chain and experience in managed and consultative services to push into the commercial IoT space, ANZ managing director Matt Codrington told iTWire.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

In the next few years, investments in Artificial Intelligence are anticipated to increase the variety and quality of AI technologies available across the economy, according to the telecommunications regulator ACMA.

Published in Strategy

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is set to launch new 2020 guidelines on Child Online Protection (COP), re-designed from the ground up to reflect what the ITU says are the significant shifts in the digital landscape in which children find themselves, such as the Internet of Things, connected toys, online gaming, robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 15:50

Edging towards intelligence everywhere

VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Bob Yang, Regional VP APAC Sales SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY: In the data age, nanoseconds matter. But at the same time, the sheer volume of data generated by Internet of Things sensors means centralisation is no longer the answer. Hence the rise of edge computing with tiered architectures powering artificial intelligence.


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By Guy Danskine, Managing Director, Equinix Australia

Melbourne is ranked as Australia’s most advanced smart city and one of the world’s top ten most connected smart cities, according to a recent report by Oracle and ESI ThoughtLab. 1 It’s exceptional not just because it uses data or technology, as most cities do, but because it extracts value from data in ways that enhance livability, experience, sustainability and economic growth.

Thursday, 05 December 2019 12:06

NZ Rugby using AWS for game play analysis

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has selected the Play in the Grey analytics platform running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to gain deeper insights into game play in order to improve team performance.

Published in Deals

Blockchain technology will be transformational across most industries within five to 10 years, with 60% of CIOs recently surveyed expecting some level of adoption of blockchain technologies in the next three years, according to a new report from Gartner.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 06 September 2019 16:19

Lenovo turns attention to IoT

Lenovo sees IoT as the next big thing, and is developing products for deployment at the edge and in backend systems.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 04 September 2019 14:01

Telstra connects three million IoT devices

More than 3.2 million IoT devices are connected to Telstra’s Internet of Things network, with another 2000 being added every day.

Published in Internet of Things

Two global firms have combined their specialties to provide what they describe as the most comprehensive, open-compatible artificial intelligence framework for the Internet of Things.

Published in Data
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 15:49

Analytics key to IoT: SAS

IoT projects will often require automated decisions to be made at the network edge to avoid latency issues, according to a SAS official.

Published in Data

Listed Internet of Things solutions provider Quantify Technology (ASX:QFY) has entered a heads of agreement to partner with Western Australia’s Curtin University of Technology to install Quantify products in a living lab in Fremantle.

Published in Energy
Monday, 25 February 2019 09:15

Telstra adds to IoT offering

Telstra is preparing to add Ericsson's Connectivity Management services to its IoT networking service.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Government has unveiled a new strategy which it says is aimed at developing the country’s digital skills and ensuring the benefits of technology flow to all Australians.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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