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January 31, 2013 by

Pushing fibre to its limits

Ensuring that the cost of capacity over fibre doesn't go up in the long run will require changes to the way data is sent over the fibre, according to Bell Labs.

April 17, 2012 by

First demo of quantum switching network claimed

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ) are claiming a world first with a demonstration of a quantum switching network. The Institute reports data being exchanged successfully "with high efficiency and fidelity" between two quantum nodes installed in two separate labs, connected by a 60-metre long optical fibre.

May 24, 2011 by

NBN Co: 26Tbps record proves fibre right

The National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) has heralded the results of a German experiment that achieved a record data transfer rate of 26 terabits per second (Tbps) over a single fibre optic cable, stating that this demonstrates the longevity of the technology.

August 19, 2010 by

iiNet's 1TB plan, now playing on NBN

iiNet today revealed it would provide Tasmanian NBN customers with full 100Mbps speeds on all plans and the option of a terabyte data quota to truly get the benefit out of the fledgling fibre service.

September 28, 2009 by

Dataram storage appliance squeezes more out of storage infrastructure

At more than 40 years old, Dataram certainly isn't a technology start-up, but the memory company has come up with a new approach to storage optimization that could help midsize companies squeeze out more performance from their existing devices.The technology, called XcelaSAN, is an appliance that works within Fibre Channel SANs to better allocate the most active data to high-performance solid state storage.

May 20, 2009 by

FTTH benefit calcs too hard, says consultant

A recent report commissioned to take a peek into the benefits of smart technologies has shied away from putting a number on the economic benefits of the government's $43 billion fibre-to-the-home project due to "insufficient data".

November 30, 2008 by

Storage and data at the coalface

How do you manage something that's constantly growing fast, with no end in sight? That's the question many Australian IT managers are currently asking themselves, as they size up their storage and data management strategy going into 2009. Unfortunately, there's no easy answer.


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