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Microsoft contributes $400,000 for broadband research
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Microsoft contributes $400,000 for broadband research

Microsoft Australia has announced that it will provide the Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES) with $400,000 through the Industry Partner Program to support research into broadband services and applications.

Australia’s biggest effort to green the internet
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Australia’s biggest effort to green the internet

One of the world’s largest research efforts into green telecommunications, The Centre for Energy-Efficient Telecommunications (CEET), was officially launched at the University of Melbourne today.

The Conversation begins
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The Conversation begins

The Conversation, an independent media web site featuring contributions from academics and researchers, was launched today.

Cosmonaut to talk at School of Engineering
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Cosmonaut to talk at School of Engineering

Famous Russian Cosmonaut, Alexander Ivanchenkov will visit the University on Wednesday March 2 to discuss his career in space exploration.

NBN vs 4G: the contest is already over
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NBN vs 4G: the contest is already over

Professor Rod Tucker comments on why the Australian NBN will deliver a superior broadband network to the proposed US 4G wireless network.

Professor Rod Tucker
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Our people in the news: Professor Rod Tucker

Professor Rod Tucker talked about the work that is being conducted to reduce energy consumption within telecommunications networks, as part of the GreenTouch initiative, at a press conference in London, last week.