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Eaton 5P lithium-ion UPS

02 July, 2019

Eaton has launched its 5P lithium-ion rackmount uninterruptible power system in Australia and New Zealand, offering increased network security, extended battery life and remote management capabilities.


Hirschmann SPIDER III PoE switches

03 June, 2019

The SPIDER III range of switches by Hirschmann has expanded to include PoE options to enable fast data transfer over longer distances.


How are telcos preparing for 5G?

08 May, 2019

Research found telcos are optimistic about the 5G business outlook but are also aware of the energy and connectivity challenges ahead.


Researchers trial sensors to manage summer crowds

22 January, 2019

RMIT will install hundreds of sensors at Rye that will monitor traffic, parking, crowd numbers and toilet usage over this summer and next summer.


Narda Safety Test Solutions ADFA 1 antenna

06 December, 2018

Narda Safety Test Solutions has developed an automatic direction-finding antenna (ADFA) that delivers stable results quickly. Insensitive to reflections, it precisely determines the direction of a detected signal.


What does 5G mean for the nbn?

07 November, 2018

The rollout of 5G networks in Australia is set to impact the nbn, but the ACCC has highlighted the importance of promoting competition.


Trio Flex slice EtherCAT device

31 August, 2018

The Trio Flex slice series of add-ons allow simple extension of an existing or new EtherCAT network.


HMS Industrial Networks Anybus WLAN Access Points

18 May, 2018

HMS Industrial Networks' two new Anybus WLAN Access Points are suitable for collecting data wirelessly from any system or machinery.


Thinxtra completes NZ IoT network rollout

06 April, 2018

Thinxtra's New Zealand IoT network is now complete, with 94% of the population said to be within coverage.


How the changing workplace is impacting Wi-Fi networks

30 May, 2017 by Amit Rao, Director – APAC channels

Wi-Fi has become ubiquitous in daily life and most employees never give it a second thought. They simply expect the network to be available, fast, stable, consistent and secure, whether they are at their own desk in the office, roaming around the workspace or participating in a video conference or face-to-face meeting.


Why organisations need smart building infrastructure

09 May, 2017 by Ilan Rubin, Managing Director

Smart buildings demand robust infrastructure that is available, reliable, cost-effective and otherwise suited to their mission-critical role. They rely on the Internet of Things and the organisation's existing network, so it's essential to put the right strategy in place to adequately support the demands of smart buildings.


Interworld Electronics DSM Series serial console servers

01 April, 2017

The Interworld Electronics DSM Series serial console servers provide secure remote access to RS232 console ports on servers, routers, switches, firewalls and other network elements.


Europe to inspire our city infrastructure planning

09 February, 2017

Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation Angus Taylor has travelled to the Netherlands and the United Kingdom to support delivery of the government's cities and digital agenda.


Smart cities movement needs more support

08 February, 2017

Two mission-critical support initiatives will help Australia build smarter, more sustainable cities, says the body representing the smart cities movement in Australia.


NBN to hit halfway point in 2017

30 January, 2017

nbn, the company entrusted with building and operating Australia's largest infrastructure project, says it's on target to reach the midway point by 30 June this year.


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