Intel plans to invest more than US$700 million ($1004 million) in a major R&D lab for data centre technologies including heating, cooling and water usage.
Arena's latest $40 million R&D funding round is intended to support projects that align with the agency's Solar 30 30 30 target of 30% module efficiency and 30 cents per installed watt at utility scale by 2030.
A lobby group for the science and technology sectors has urged political parties to pledge a sizeable boost in research and development funding to spur an economic recovery led by the STEM sectors.
Instaclustr and the University of Canberra have entered into a partnership to help boost Australia’s job ready skills in the IT sector, with a new professional course launched to create Instaclustr-certified developers for Apache Kafka, along with free entry pathway available for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student.
Acronis will use the funding to accelerate growth, expand its portfolio of cyber protection products, enable service providers to serve their clients better and up the ante in the fight against cyber crime.
Nokia has signed a patent licence agreement with Samsung covering the use of Nokia’s innovations in video standards.
Alibaba's global research initiative has compiled its must-read forecast of the fascinating leading trends that will shape the tech industry in the year ahead.
The IT industry in Australia is strong, and despite the economic downturn that COVID-19 has unleashed upon the world, IT is the glue that has kept a lot of businesses in business, defeating cybercriminals, keeping us connected and so much more, so what did local IT industry leaders say about Australia's 2020-21 Budget?
The commentary from various elements of the tech industry on Budget night has been positive, which is great news for the digital economy, digital funding, reversing planned R&D changes, 5G and more.
A lot of people really disliked the Federal Government's plan to cut an estimated $1.8 billion from the R&D Tax Incentive program, and the need to positively respond to the crisis and build the economy and jobs has seen the decision reversed.
Australia’s peak industry representative body for innovation technology, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), has welcomed the Federal Government’s Budget as an important milestone to "achieve a globally competitive and leading digital economy".
The Australian Computer Society has released an election manifesto, offering recommendations to government that comes to power at the 18 May election to ensure that Australians attract higher paying jobs in the IT sector, but making no mention of the need to either change or repeal the controversial encryption law passed in December.
Organisations are mostly not securing business critical applications, but despite this many of those surveyed indicate that they are confident their organisation can effectively stop all data security attacks or breaches at the perimeter.
Tax and accounting software company MYOB is increasing its investment in research and development to $100 million a year, chief executive Tim Reed has told iTWire.
After the news OPPO has given up on Blu-Ray players, its new direction is "cutting edge research in software, hardware and mobile standards" including AI and 5G.
Analytics and business intelligence vendor SAS has announced its latest results, recording a 41st consecutive year of growth – every year since the company was founded.
Researchers at the Australian National University and CSIRO’s Data61 have developed machine learning which they say scans tens of thousands of job ads to uncover a large hidden job market for PhD graduates.
IBM has the strongest credentials in the blockchain sector, according to Juniper Research, which says that the company is “clearly regarded” as being well ahead of competitors.
The Australian arm of giant Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei and Queensland’s James Cook University are collaborating on the development of the latest innovations and technology around NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT).
R&D tax experts, BDO Australia, stated its position on the six recommendations outlined by the federal government in its Review of the Research & Development Tax Incentive document aimed at improving the programme's performance and its long-term continuation.
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