The Internet of Things (IoT) has been reported as “the most over-hyped technology. This presentation will refute that claim, present a guided tour to some of the key concepts and technologies of IoT, explain the distinction between the Internet of Things and the Internet of Everything, look at the importance of government taking a lead role in IoT, and present some real world use cases that demonstrate real practical applications for IoT.
Laureate Emeritus Professor Rod Tucker will provide an overview of competing broadband technologies, and address the question of what Australia needs to do to become a world leader in broadband connectivity.
Based on well-founded economic modelling, this presentation will show there are substantial benefits arising from the roll-out of Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN). The presentation will also explore some of the issues around the bandwidth requirements for services and look at short-term effects during the NBN’s construction phase.
Making Cloud Real will cover what analysts are predicting about cloud, what cloud can do for you, different cloud models, integration approaches so business processes work and migration considerations. The changes to IT job roles in a cloudy future will also be discussed.
Dr Paterson Department of Communications Chief Economist and founding Head of Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) will talk on the BCR strategy, IoT and the Digital Productivity Project
“What technological innovations are expected in the next decade and what differences do they promise for our lives?”
The TelSoc would like to invite all members and industry professionals to celebrate the end of financial year. There will be little in the way of formalities, just a focus on getting as many people as possible connected around any topic of interest.
NSW TelSoc would like to invite all members and guests to a meetup and networking event to meet new members and touch base with friends.
Telstra's Transport Network is a tele-communications backbone with a national footprint covering metro, regional, rural / remote and intercapital routes using Optical Fibre, Radio and Satellite technologies. It forms the essential connectivity for Telstra's Next IP, Next G Mobile, Wholesale Services, Telstra Broadband over NBN and other critical services.
M1 is NEXTDC's flagship Australian data centre facility located less than 3km from Melbourne's CBD. The Melbourne facility is the largest independent colocation data centre in the city, with six data halls measuring 1,000m² each and features a 400kW rooftop photovoltaic solar array.
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