If data is the world's most valuable currency, then speed is the market force that makes or breaks data centre deployments.
Swinburne's Cybersecurity Lab has received $360,000 in funding to research and develop technology that can prevent smart devices being hacked.
Buildings may soon be able to monitor themselves, report problems autonomously and even talk to smartphones with the rollout of an IoT solution known as EMIoT.
Schneider Electric has continued to roll out EcoStruxure IT Expert, and introduced its expanded power portfolio and TIER-Ready designs for the data centre industry.
The technology aims to allow cellular communication nodes in 5G systems to partition bandwidth more efficiently to improve end-to-end data transmission rates.
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.
Digital Realty has opened its third data centre in Sydney, and expects to soon commence planning for an extra one.
Scottish technology company pureLiFi recently presented its Li-Fi technology as a symbol of UK innovation at China's International Import Expo (CIIE).
The rollout of 5G networks in Australia is set to impact the nbn, but the ACCC has highlighted the importance of promoting competition.
Researchers from Virginia Tech are trying to decrease the time it takes to charge an electric vehicle in a secure and efficient manner.
Growing market interest and the development of a new global standard mean Li-Fi technology is one step closer to becoming commercialised.