An international team of researchers led by The Australian National University (ANU) is contributing to the development of a safe data superhighway for a future quantum internet and its artificial intelligence and communication potential. The researchers are exploring the potentials of storing data in light particles, which can store vast amounts of information. “The light … Continue reading ANU research exploring data storage potential of light particles
Australian tradespeople who manage billions of dollars of equipment that keeps facilities open, are the new frontline in the advance of the Internet of Things (IoT). The internet and smartphones are necessities when running a business, so trade services must embrace the next phase of business evolution in order to remain relevant in the market. … Continue reading Internet of Things changes the way trade services operate
The risk of cyber-attacks is a growing problem, as monitoring and control of core Australian infrastructures becomes more complex. With Australia’s utility operators more susceptible to cyber-attacks than ever, there could be widespread disruption across the nation. On Tuesday the 24th of July, in Sydney, a panel of experts talked about how companies can manage … Continue reading Risk of cyber-attacks a growing problem for core Australian infrastructures
Vector has secured exclusive Australasian rights to Internet of Energy (IoE) technology. It enables unprecedented options to integrate and develop new energy solutions for customers and the management of multiple technologies on the company’s networks.
The latest complaints about the National Broadband Network (NBN), including concerns about slow download speeds and frequent dropouts, show that all is not well with the NBN.
Many companies are increasing investments in data centres located both domestically and abroad, to ensure they are ready for the next generation of cloud services. They need the right infrastructure in place to ensure a rapid and seamless transmission of data, voice and video to an increasing number of users.
Chinese telecoms giant ZTE has unveiled the Gigabit Phone – the world’s first smartphone compatible with the 5G network.
Telstra and Ericsson have announced they will be deploying a Cat M1 Internet of Things (IoT) network throughout Australia, with trials currently taking place in Melbourne and Tasmania.
In a move towards 5G, Optus has launched 4.5G in Sydney’s technology hub, Macquarie Park. The telco provider considers this a trial for the full rollout, which is expected to take place in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth over the next 12 months.
NBN CEO Bill Morrow has claimed that there is no market for super-fast broadband in Australia, and that people would not use it “even if we offered it for free”.
Approximately 150,000 internet-connected printers have been hacked across the world by an anonymous hacker, whose intention was to warn users about the vulnerability of their devices.
NBN Co has said it aims to have its broadband network almost 50 per cent complete by 30 June 2017.
Security firm Keeper conducted a study of 10 million passwords that became public through data breaches that occurred in 2016. As a result, the 25 most common passwords have been revealed.
WTTx is a wireless broadband access solution with performance comparable to fixed broadband access, which Huawei believes will be the first major commercial use case for 5G.
According to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, IBM will pay around $30 million in compensation for its role in this year’s online Census bungle.
The Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG) has released a report detailing the security issues with IoT devices and a range of recommendations to solve these issues.
Collecting the wealth of data created by sensors and actuators in factories is vital to working smarter, though we’re currently only harnessing maybe a 20th of what’s being produced. Jas Singh from ifm Efector shares some thoughts about using the rest.
Just how secure are text-based passwords, really? Associate Professor Gao Debin from Singapore Management University has shown the need for alternatives to the ubiquitous, text-based user authentication method.
Australian cities Sydney and Melbourne rank 12th and 15th in the world respectively for cyber attack threat, with the entire nation at risk of losing $16 billion, according to a new global threat report.
At a presentation at the Cisco Partner Summit this week, the company revealed its plans for IoT domination.