Tag Archives: ACIE

Equipping Australia’s buildings and public venues with the connectivity of the future

This blog is part of our series exploring the future of telecommunications in Australia and beyond. Smartphones, tablets, laptops, smartwatches: most of us are always carrying at least one of these devices, and we expect to be able to connect them to a strong, reliable signal anytime and anywhere we need them. Currently in Australia, […]

The power of public private partnerships

This blog is part of our series exploring the future of telecommunications in Australia and beyond. For a few weeks in the summer of 2032, the world will descend on Brisbane, Queensland, for the Summer Olympic Games. Hosting and supporting an event of this scale will require advanced network infrastructures to underpin the applications and […]

Sydney’s public transport users know what they want: connectivity on the go

Australia’s Greater Sydney area is one of the fastest-growing regions in the Western world, not only in population numbers but also population density. That’s driving the need for more public transportation that’s fast, comfortable, efficient and meets passengers’ evolving expectations of a connected transport experience. In the last 25 years, Sydney’s population grew by 75% […]

Solving rural coverage to supercharge farming

In rural and remote areas, reliable connectivity is essential. For too long, however, farmers and locals have often missed out on traditional telecommunication services which can’t reach them because of a range of economic and logistical reasons. These farming communities are experiencing the same digitalisation of life that urban populations are going through and, increasingly, […]

Addressing the rural digital divide

The wide-open roads of Australia are a gateway to the vast expanse of the country’s natural beauty. But as regional communities know all too well; this big country abounds with connectivity black spots. Solving geographic challenges facing telecommunications provides a roadmap not only for the development of smart communities in Australia, but for rural or […]