CommScope has formed the Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) Alliance to address a shift in the data centre market.
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.
Chatswood Private Hospital (CPH), part of Presmed Australia and the largest eye, ear, nose, throat and face specialist day surgery in Australia, has partnered with Wavelink for better communication and an improved patient experience in its new facility.
Squeezing energy efficiencies out of modern data centres can create unintended hot spot issues.
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.
The Warren and Brown Technologies (WBT) optical fibre ducting raceway is an Australian-made solution designed for managing, routing and protecting fibre-optic cords between termination equipment, patch panels and fibre-optic splicing cabinets or frames.
nbn has achieved 1.1 Gbps speeds in a fixed wireless demonstration conducted in Ballarat, Victoria.
nbn has joined the global not-for-profit cable research and development body CableLabs.
nbn has partnered with Nokia to trial NG-PON2 fibre technology that could help nbn deliver symmetrical speeds of 10 Gbps to its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) end-user premises.
Category 6 systems consisting of concatenated cables, cords and connectors enable modern LANs with robust support for network speeds of 1 Gbps. Category 6A systems enable 10X that speed — up to 10 Gbps.
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.
Minister for Regional Communications Fiona Nash recently attended the opening of Telstra's 100th new mobile tower under the Mobile Black Spots Program (MBSP), where she sang the praises of the Coalition's commitment to improving mobile coverage in rural, regional and remote Australia.