Energy provider AGL has expanded its Electric Vehicle (EV) subscription service to Brisbane, in a move it says provides Queenslanders with the opportunity to experience the benefits of an EV without the commitment of ownership.
Optical fibre connectivity provider company QCN Fibre has finished connecting to all 22 points of interconnect on the NBN in Queensland.
CQUniversity campuses across Queensland will source 50% of their energy from renewable solar under a deal signed by the university with Columboola Solar Farm which is being built between the towns of Chinchilla and Miles.
Telco Singtel Optus has deployed 33 generators to improve the stability of its regional network, the company says, adding that these have placed at key sites in the area.
James Cook University in North Queensland is claiming an Australian-first offering of fully-online training as a data scientist.
A tourism accelerator program run by Slingshot and backed by the Queensland Government’s $650 million Advance Queensland initiative has launched for the second consecutive year.
Queensland’s James Cook University and Enex TestLab have inked a partnership agreement to build Australia’s first testing and certification centre for Internet of Things devices, monitors and sensors.
An NBN Co commissioned report claims there has been a four percent uplift in local small businesses (5-19 employees) in the last two years due to the region’s increased connectivity through access to fast broadband.
Optus has delivered what it says is an ‘Australian first’ with the upgrade of its inter-capital fibre network from Cairns to Perth to 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) to now deliver wavelength links with combined capacity ten times larger than previously available.
The Moovit local transport app is now officially serving selected Australian cities following a beta period that attracted more than 200,000 users.
Smelly Black Dog Internet is proud to announce that the company has signed up for Simtronic Technologies new wholesale broadband service as an early adopter, and by doing so has access to the Simtronic IPv6 Transit. Colleen Scafe (Director of Smelly Black Dog) states that the company chose Simtronic Technologies over other providers, as Simtronic Technologies is a technologically progressive company and shares the same goals as Smelly Black Dog. Smelly Black Dog Internet now provides IPv6 access for not only business but for all broadband users in all parts of Australia. This means that for all Australians that native IPv6 connectivity is now more accessible than ever before.
Following the release of our new internet plans in early September, many users now have access to faster Internet speeds and a more generous download limit then they previously had. Due to the popularity of the new access plans, SBDC has grown by a staggering 45% in one month.
'We know that this new range of plans will be popular with consumers at large, so we have worked with our wholesaler to install extra capacity in our POPS to allow new customers to join up and experience the new download limits'
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