The Western Australian government today launched the blueprint for the country's biggest technology precinct exclusively dedicated to the ICT industry.
Stories by Sandra Rossi
Telstra is simplifying its mobile network by deploying the world's first Mobile Softswitch Solution based on blade technology.
A provider of software for documentation strategies, Inmedius, today announced the opening of a new office in Queensland, Australia.
Following a review of its infrastructure, the Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore) is replacing a mix of point solutions with two unified threat management network security appliances.
Despite the federal government's decision to cancel the OPEL regional broadband agreement, local ISP Internode will continue to extend its WiMax rollouts.
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The Federal Opposition yesterday accused the Rudd government of showing total contempt toward the people of rural Australia by cancelling the OPEL project.
Network Applicance (NetApp) yesterday announced that the deduplication adoption rate among its customers has tripled since November 2007, reaching more than 3,500 systems and 100 petabytes (PB) of raw storage capacity.
TeleChoice announced today that its retail partnership with Optus has been extended for another five years.
Australia's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Research Centre of Excellence (NICTA) has teamed with the Queensland Department of Emergency Services and a Brisbane ICT company to develop tools which will help emergency services agencies obtain timely information as a crisis unfolds.
Ericsson today unveiled its M700 mobile platform, the world's first commercially available LTE-capable platform, with peak data rates of up to 100Mbps in the downlink and up to 50Mbps in the uplink.
Virtual network operator, Vanco,, today announced the appointment of former Telstra executive Tim Sullivan as the company's new CEO for the Asia-Pacific.
The Southern Cross Cable Network is supporting the move to high speed broadband in Australia and New Zealand with the completion of the first stage of a big capacity upgrade.
Organisations deploying virtualization will spend three times more on services than software, according to a Springboard Research report released today.