CSIRO broadband lab launch: photos

CSIRO broadband lab launch: photos

Summary: The CSIRO and National ICT Australia in conjunction with the New South Wales Government yesterday launched a new multimillion-dollar broadband research lab in Marsfield designed to develop applications for the National Broadband Network.

SHARE:

 |  Image 6 of 11

  • (Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet Australia)

    Users can pick up surfing videos from the tablet display and use a hand gesture to throw it up onto the TV to be played.

  • (Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet Australia)

    Four videos can run simultaneously using the NBN speeds. When dropped to ADSL speed only two videos play at once.

  • (Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet Australia)

    NICTA has developed a "social" set-top box that combines ABC's iView television replay service with social media applications. Users can share their favourite shows on Facebook and the box will recommend shows based on previous viewing habits.

  • Thumbnail 1
  • Thumbnail 2
  • Thumbnail 3
  • Thumbnail 4
  • Thumbnail 5
  • Thumbnail 6
  • Thumbnail 7
  • Thumbnail 8
  • Thumbnail 9
  • Thumbnail 10
  • Thumbnail 11

Topics: Broadband, Emerging Tech, Government, Government AU, NBN

About

Armed with a degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Journalism, Josh keeps a close eye on the telecommunications industry, the National Broadband Network, and all the goings on in government IT.

Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.

Related Stories

Talkback

4 comments
Log in or register to join the discussion
  • Bring it on, just think in about 5 years from now we could have setups like this and the bad smell of inferior technologies like adsl & wireless will finally start to dissipate.
    Hubert Cumberdale
  • No thanks, just TV, telephone, security back to base, smart house, internet will do for me!
    Blank Look
  • the last image isn't öne of the many satellites, it's a radiotelescope belonging to ATNF which shares the Marsfield site. This technology doesn't use satellites
    georgemm
  • Hi. Yes, of course you're right.

    Suzanne Tindal.
    News Editor.
    suzanne.tindal