Data networking and communications

Finger on the pulse

14 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric is working with the FKG Group to provide expertise for the development of the company's new Tier 3, 10 MW regional data centre, to be built in Toowoomba, Queensland.


igus isense intelligent plastics

12 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

igus isense intelligent plastics are self-lubricating and maintenance-free, as well as lighter, hard wearing and more energy efficient than traditional materials.


AFL Mini Infinity fibre distribution frame

12 September, 2016 | Supplied by: AFL Telecommunications Australia Pty Ltd

The AFL Mini Infinity fibre distribution frame is a high-density optical interconnect solution suitable for a range of communication environments.


Migrating from manual service scheduling to total optimisation

07 September, 2016 by Patrick Zirnhelt* | Supplied by: IFS Australia

In spite of advances in automatic scheduling technologies, some service organisations still use manually intensive methods to schedule and track their service workforce.


Building for the future

05 September, 2016 | Supplied by: AFL Telecommunications Australia Pty Ltd

Canberra Data Centres (CDC) was formed in 2007 with the purpose of being a trusted partner for data centre services. CDC currently operates three data centres, each of which is custom-designed and built to provide the utmost functionality, security and reliability, with a focus on environmental concerns.


Built Boards BBNBNV1 NBN enclosure

01 September, 2016 | Supplied by: Built Boards

Built Boards has released the BBNBNV1 model NBN Enclosure, which includes updates to previous models including a lighter aluminium gear tray and individual mounting boxes for power and data.


Data developments

26 August, 2016

A team of Dutch scientists has made a major breakthrough in rewritable memory storage, developing a one-kilobyte device with an information density they say is two to three orders of magnitude beyond current hard disk and flash technology, according to research published in Nature Nanotechnology.


New telecoms architecture

25 August, 2016

A new project from the EU promises to improve telecommunications technology through the delivery of higher bit rates, resulting in lower-cost, faster access.


NetComm Wireless launches new US R&D facility

22 August, 2016 | Supplied by: NetComm Wireless Limited

NetComm Wireless has established its first research and development (R&D) facility outside of Australia with the launch of a new centre in Sunrise, Florida, United States.


Fujikura CT-101 and CT-102 fibre cleavers

16 August, 2016 | Supplied by: AFL Telecommunications Australia Pty Ltd

AFL has released the Fujikura CT-101 and CT-102 tension cleavers designed for fibres with a cladding diameter of 80 to 250 µm.


Optimising cabling infrastructure

16 August, 2016 | Supplied by: Warren & Brown Technologies

Shielded versus unshielded — which cable is best for your application?


Cabling planning guide for intelligent buildings released

02 August, 2016 | Supplied by: Siemon Australia

Network infrastructure specialist Siemon has released a new guide to assist infrastructure architects design flexible zone cabling solutions for use in intelligent buildings.


The cost of network pressure

02 August, 2016 by Luke Mackinnon, Chief Technology Officer | Supplied by: Vocus Communications

Enterprises in all sectors are becoming technology businesses in their own right. IT infrastructure now not only supports operations, but also increasingly drives customer interactions and overall business success.


General Cable to close Australian operations

29 July, 2016 | Supplied by: General Cable Australia

General Cable Corporation has announced that it will close its operations in Australia over the remainder of 2016 and manage ongoing sales in this market from its regional headquarters in New Zealand.


nbn second satellite launch date announced

28 July, 2016 | Supplied by: nbn co ltd

nbn's new satellite, Sky Muster II, will blast off 5 October this year from the French Guiana Space Centre in South America. The company says it weights 6.400 kg, making it one of the world's largest communication satellites, and it is set to orbit 36,000 km into the sky.


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