Operating and managing ICT infrastructure and solutions across a remote part of Australia is a challenge for any local government organisation.
The nbn Smart Places pilot program delivers the nbn to demanding outdoor locations that aren't serviceable using standard equipment.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has announced the successful completion of proof-of-concept trialling of its OpenRoaming technology in Dublin.
Swoop will receive both federal and state government funding for a $3.4m project to deploy fixed wireless coverage in parts of south-west WA.
MNF Enterprise Services has been selected as a new preferred provider for Voice and Unified Communications Services.
Drivers, vehicle design and traffic signs have been identified as the three biggest causes of distractions on the road, according to a UNSW expert.
More than 45,000 council staff across NSW can take special vaccination leave to get the COVID jab.
Digital forensics leaders MSAB and Detego have partnered to provide law enforcement customers with a one-stop mobile and computer analysis solution.
Telenor has incorporated technology from Enea into its 5G standalone network core, designed as a proof of concept to support 5G network slicing.
Over 99% of US government employees using an Android phone and 32.2% using iOS phones are still using outdated versions of the operating systems, research shows.
Connected and autonomous vehicles will soon have a road of their own, following an announcement by Michigan that it intends to build a 64-km-long corridor solely for their use.
The agreement covers a wide range of services, including voice and data carriage services, telephony, WAN and LAN delivery, and contact centre infrastructure.
New Zealand has announced that it will go ahead with hosting the APEC meeting in 2021, but that will it conduct the event using virtual digital platforms.
The project aims to bring 5G shared antenna systems into full-scale use by March 2021.