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Vix Vizion has adopted Cradlepoint wireless network systems and remote cloud management to connect the company's face recognition devices in South Australian pubs, clubs and casinos.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 11 September 2019 00:08

Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, OMRON collaborate on 5G field trials

Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and OMRON Corporation are to conduct joint field trials using 5G at their plants and other production sites.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018 00:23

Freestyle Tech snares South Korean IoT contract

Australian Internet of Things company Freestyle Technology has secured a contract to supply the South Korean Municipality of Gimje with a smart water IoT platform comprising smart meters, wireless communications, end-to-end visibility of all water assets, improved leak detection, and automated meter reading.  

Published in Deals

Australian-based health research group, The George Institute for Global Health, has teamed up with giant American mobile chip maker Qualcomm to set up a new mHealth centre in China to research the leading causes of premature death amongst the Chinese population.

Published in Health
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 09:45

CSIRO-China first up summit on ICT

Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, has brought together Chinese and Australian policy makers, industrialists and researchers in a first-ever ICT summit it is hosting in Shanghai to discuss the future of information and communication technologies.

Published in Market
Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has gained $200 million in extra revenue from a successful legal challenge to the use of its patented wireless technology that is now used in more than 800 million devices around the world.

Published in Market
Monday, 12 October 2009 09:31

WiMAX to remain 'niche,' says analyst

WiMAX is destined to remain a niche technology, even in emerging markets. That's the judgement of a major analyst firm.

Australia’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Research Centre of Excellence – NICTA – is to collaborate with Singapore’s A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research (I²R) in a two-year agreement, to develop and demonstrate fast, low-cost, temporary mobile wireless communications networks.
 

Published in Market
Tuesday, 05 May 2009 15:12

Andrew expands China operations

CommScope subsidiary, wireless communications company Andrew, has expanded its operations in China with the completion of a manufacturing plant and distribution centre in the province of Suzhou.

Yet another Telstra announcement on 21Mbps Next G wireless has arrived, this time toutin’ the fast talkin’, world record holdin’ Fran Capo on her Australian tour, to show off her Guinness World Record motor mouth and speedily segue into a spiel on the sizzlin’ speeds and in-store availability of Telstra’s 21Mbps wireless modems.

3 Mobile has today launched a new WiFi application that turns its customers’ mobile phones into mobile wireless hotspots.
Cisco and Telstra have come together to help develop education and Internet-based communication in northern Australia by deploying a wireless broadband network and Cisco Unified Communications at an indigenous school in far north Queensland.
In what is being termed as Australia’s biggest collaboration with China on wireless communications research, the CSIRO and Chinese researchers have launched a program to develop more environmentally friendly wireless broadband base stations.

Published in Beerfiles
NICTA, Australia’s Information and Communications Technology Research Centre, has held the first public demonstration of a prototype system using a 60GHz Gigabit wireless (GiFi) chip technology. The demonstration of wireless technology claimed to be an order of magnitude faster than anything to date comes after a research effort spanning four years, involving a team of 15 researchers.

It’s been four years since Research In Motion (RIM) released version 4.0 of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), powering corporate and government handhelds around the world. Now it’s time for BES 5.0, offering a raft of new features.

Published in Market
The devastating bushfires that have swept through Victoria have caused major and widespread damage to the telecoms infrastructure of Telstra, according to the national carrier's CEO, Sol Trujillo. Mr Trujillo issued a statement today expressing sympathy for the victims of Australia's worst ever natural disaster and also said that thousands of connections are down.

Published in Market
Thursday, 05 February 2009 18:03

Andrew win gold award for energy efficiency

Andrew, the CommScope division which manufactures wireless communication systems and products, recently won the Golden Award for Green Communication Energy-Efficiency Technology in an industry contest held in China.

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