Listed Australian technology company Calix is set to undertake new projects- valued at over $9 million - for advanced battery development and CO2 capture work, based in Australia and Europe - as well as completion of construction of its BATMn reactor for advanced battery materials.
Australian-listed technology company Calix has successfully commenced the commissioning of a project to demonstrate its carbon capture technology for the cement and lime industries.
Australian technology company Calix is moving ahead with its initial public offering, with the aim of raising $8 million as it continues to commercialise technology that it says reinvents the calcination (kiln) process.
Sydney-based telecommunications provider Comvergence has started rolling out G.Fast technologies to businesses in Sydney and Melbourne, in what the US technology supplier Calix claims is a first in the country.
Fibre optics provider Fiber Corp plans to disrupt the broadband market by offering speeds between 200Mbps and 10Gbps to high-rise residential and commercial developments in Sydney.
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