The Victorian Government yesterday announced a Cisco-based Network Academies Program to provide Victorian students with skills and opportunities to break into the networking industry.
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Regional Australia is taking advantage of online shopping, banking and telephony as an alternative to conventional banking and telecommunications, according to the latest Australian Rural Internet Report.
The Siemon Company is offering what it claims is the world's first Category 6 cabling solution ahead of final ratification of industry standards for the category.
Telstra has expanded its existing relationship with global networking services provider, Infonet Service in a new agreement which spans the globe.
Cabletron is singing to the praises of the Dell'Oro Group, which has released Q3 '98 figures for world wide switching markets that indicate the vendor is rising to the top of the pile.
The University of South Australia last week announced 3Com won a $3 million contract to install an Ethernet network across five metropolitan campuses.
They meet on the first Monday after the Melbourne Cup. This year's venue is the same as last's -- North Sydney's Greenwood Plaza Hotel.
Xylan Corporation has appointed local telecommunications carrier, Davnet as its preferred specialist for building-wide corporate networks.
Fore Systems has extended its desktop and workgroup solutions range to include the ForeRunnerLE 25 ATM workgroup switch and the ForeRunnerLE 25 network interface card (NIC).
SmartSwitch technology from Cabletron Systems has been selected as the basis for a new network at the US Pentagon.
Federal government has announced further funding as part of its move to encourage Internet-based commercial projects.
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