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Wednesday, 26 September 2018 10:32

Photonic chip to boost 5G networks, IoT and more

A university developed photonic chip, which you'd think would be visual, is claimed to be able to "harness sound waves to speed up local networks".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's first university short course on developing blockchain strategy, "built with industry and delivered by global blockchain experts", is being launched by Melbourne's RMIT.

Published in Development

24 Australian students have just completed Huawei's most prominent global CSR program, Seeds for the Future, which immerses qualifying undergraduates in an impressive three week work and cultural experience program.

Published in Development

Boost Mobile’s ‘Ultimate Intern’ for 2015 has won $15,000 toward his uni fees due to his ‘innovation,’ with the 2016 Ultimate Internship now open for applications. 

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 06 August 2015 12:57

AARNET links up with California network

Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNET) has struck a deal with the Pacific Research Platform to link Australian researchers with those in California.

Published in Networking

Lucky Canberrian undergraduates will travel to Beijing and Shenzhen for three weeks under a new agreement between the ACT and Huawei announced today.

Published in Deals

Intersect Australia will install an SGI supercomputer at one of Macquarie Telecom's Sydney data centres and make it available to Australian researchers.

Published in Cloud Services
Thursday, 01 November 2012 14:34

WD eases student budgets with 20% discount

here's nothing new about offering discounts to tertiary students and staff - Apple's been doing it for decades, to give just one example. But we haven't previously heard of a storage vendor taking that route.

Published in Home Tech

The Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne has selected four teams of students and alumni for entrepreneurial fellowships in a program aimed at accelerating startups and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship at the institution.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 23:45

Yahoo! CEO's bogus university degree

One of the problems with telling a rather public fib is that one has to keep on telling it in order to maintain the status quo.  So it was with newly-appointed Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson.

Published in Listed Tech
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 13:33

Lost on campus? Not with Lost on Campus!

Struggling to find your way around campus in the early weeks of term? Don't worry, there's an app for that.

Published in Mobility

Apple's education announcement featured a new version of the iBooks app to handle the company's new electronic textbook format, along with free software for creating those interactive textbooks.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 15:18

Uni computer science course open to NSW HSC students

New South Wales high school students are again being given the opportunity to study a university-level computer science course, but the closing date for applications is looming.

Published in Education

The employment statistics for the class of 2010 graduates are out, and computer science graduates didn't fare particularly well.

Published in Recruitment
Monday, 17 October 2011 14:33

New Swinburne network lab is 'world class'


A new networking laboratory at Swinburne University of Technology's Hawthorn campus is said to be the 'best in Australia.'


Published in Education

SAP Australia, in conjunction with Victoria University, today announced that Eric Maure from Victoria University has won the 2011 Australian University Dashboard Competition. This year's competition attracted 25 entrants from three universities: Victoria, Monash and RMIT.

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4PSA, a leading-edge Cloud Computing software development company has announced today the availability of an all new licensing program for its award-winning Unified Communications solution, VoipNow Professional.

Tuesday, 25 January 2011 17:34

University IT enrolments in a slump

Enrolments in IT degree courses at Australian universities have fallen by 61% in a decade, according to Charles Sturt University.

Published in Education
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