Increasing density in patching fields provides many benefits, including optimising and reducing rack and floor space in data centres and other network facilities.
The Data Station DA10D and DA30D data acquisition and protocol converters from Red Lion are designed to bridge the communication gap between serial, Ethernet and fieldbus devices to unlock data from field equipment such as PLCs, drives and controllers.
A system by MIT researchers better allocates time-sensitive data processing across cores to maintain quick user-response times.
pureLiFi has announced it will present the first Gigabit LiFi components in a commercial device at Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month.
Standards Australia and Energy Networks Australia have released a Roadmap for Standards and Grid Cyber Security, which sets out a list of prioritised actions to guide grid cybersecurity in the future.
RMIT will install hundreds of sensors at Rye that will monitor traffic, parking, crowd numbers and toilet usage over this summer and next summer.
The $6.6m Sunshine Coast International Broadband Submarine Cable landing station will help deliver Australia's fastest data and telecommunications connection to Asia.
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.