Seagate has finally broken the 'areal density barrier' and has unveiled the world's first hard drive with 1TB on each platter and will have it on sale soon, in 'mid-2011'.
Australia's national science and research organisation, the CSIRO, has not only helped revolutionise today's Wi-Fi through ownership of a key part of modern IEEE 802.11 protocols, but now stands ready to bring forth a wireless revolution to rural and regional areas of up to 1000 people, with potentially synchronous speeds of 12Mbps - and who knows how much faster and to how many more people in the future!
Australia's CSIRO, the national science organisation which won court cases against major networking names for using 802.11 wireless technologies without paying for them, has just made another important breakthrough in wireless technology which will re-use soon to be decommission analogue spectrum still currently delivering analogue TV signals until the nationwide 2013 cut-off date.
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