A similar geographic challenge but different market structure made the National Broadband Network (NBN) approach unworkable for the U.S., say Australian and American policy makers.
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Serving a growing number of wireless devices on campus is a major IT challenge faced by the University of Technology in Sydney, according to the university’s deputy vice-chancellor of corporate services, Anne Dwyer.
NBN Co said a new Cisco study showing a seven-fold increase in Internet traffic by 2016 proves the urgency of deploying the NBN.
Kogan.com has switched on IPv6, saying it’s first Australian retailer to be configured and compliant with the new IP addressing system.
With the carbon tax set to take effect July 1, data centre owners and end users shouldn’t wait to make their operations more efficient, according to industry officials and analysts. Here are five of their top tips for taking control of power usage and reducing a business’s tax.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network turned on access to IPv6-powered videoconferencing services and plans to participate in a IPv6 videoconference tonight on World IPv6 Day, AARNet said.
Internode doubled its World IPv6 Day goal for connecting customers with the new IP addressing system, the company has revealed. The broadband company said it’s using IPv6 to deliver Internet access to more than two per cent of its customers. It had set a goal of one per cent.
Customer demand, not IP address exhaustion, should spur IPv6 adoption this year, Ovum analyst Mike Sapien said. Heading into World IPv6 Day on Wednesday, the analyst told Computerworld he’s noticed much more interest among customers this year than he did during the one-off "industry party" he saw at last year’s event.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) soon plans to significantly expand its use of tablet PCs, according to new tender documents released by the national broadcaster.
Australia lags far behind major Asian nations in IPv6 adoption heading into this year’s World IPv6 Day on Wednesday, Internet Society of Australia president Narelle Clark told Computerworld. However, Internet Industry Association Director John Lindsay said he doesn’t see an immediate crisis for the country.
More than a quarter of Australians illegally stream or download protected intellectual property and 37 per cent have stolen content now or in the past, the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation said in a new study.