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Huawei Cloud & Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau launch AI weather model
Last month
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Huawei Cloud and the Meteorological Bureau of Shenzhen Municipality launch the pioneering Zhiji Regional Model, an AI-based tool yielding short-term weather forecasts with an unprecedented fine-scale resolution of 3 km, dwarfing the 25 km scope of conventional global models.
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The imperative for collaborative IT in Australian state governments
Mon, 5th Feb 2024
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cybersecurity
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australian government
Australian state governments are being urged to embrace collaborative IT, leveraging partnerships and resource pooling to create effective, standardised solutions and tackle skills shortages in sectors including bushfire management and cybersecurity.
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Huawei launches Pangu Models 3.0 and Ascend AI Cloud Services
Wed, 26th Jul 2023
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cloud services
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The announcement was made at the annual HUAWEI Developer Conference - HDC.Cloud 2023 – was held in Dongguan, China, this month.
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Integrated space and spatial industry key to securing Australia's future
Wed, 15th Mar 2023
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satellite
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spatial
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national security
National coalition unveils roadmap to integrate space and geospatial industries for Australia's economic success and national security.
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Space-tech innovator Zenno appoints Erica Lloyd as Chief Revenue Officer
Wed, 8th Mar 2023
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telco
Erica Lloyd joins Zenno Astronautics as CRO to drive commercialization of patented superconducting magnet tech in the global space industry.
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Remote sensing tech market to reach $42.5 billion by 2030
Thu, 5th Jan 2023
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data collection
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sensors
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cios
The remote sensing technology market is set to reach $42.5 billion by 2030, according to new forecasts from the Market Statsville Group.
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AMD displays growing adoption in HPC at the Supercomputing Conference 2021
Fri, 19th Nov 2021
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AMD has showcased an expanded presence and growing preference in high-performance computing at this year's Supercomputing Conference 2021.
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Australian supercomputer Gadi ranks 25 in Global 500
Thu, 25th Jun 2020
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national computational infrastructure
Australia's fastest supercomputer, 'Gadi' WHERE id = has achieved the country's highest ranking in the Global 500 Supercomputer index.
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Time series database vendor expands into APAC
Thu, 30th Apr 2020
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cloud services
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open source
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apac expansion
InfluxData’s new strategic partnerships include Australian reseller Intellify and will support increased demand for InfluxDB across the region.
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Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Thu, 21st Nov 2019
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data centre cooling
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servers
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
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Fujitsu tapped to upgrade Australia’s most powerful supercomputer
Mon, 29th Jul 2019
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The new machine will provide a 10-fold increase in speed and provide Australian researchers with world-class, high-end computing services.
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Mellanox HDR 200G InfiniBand accelerates AI supercomputers
Wed, 19th Jun 2019
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Mellanox's new HDR 200G InfiniBand aims to accelerate supercomputers worldwide, revolutionizing research and scientific discovery.
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Gemalto's perspective: Hacking for the greater good
Mon, 29th May 2017
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cybersecurity
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gemalto
Ethical hackers are now one of the most important and effective tools at strengthening collective security and making the cyber landscape safe.
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MailGuard takes different approach to security awareness by launching 'how to' guide
Tue, 28th Mar 2017
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ebooks
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mailguard
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australian government
MailGuard has taken a different approach to cybercrime awareness with the launch of a new book to help leaders understand the problem.
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Australian economy at risk of losing billions to cyber attacks
Thu, 3rd Nov 2016
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cloud services
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iot
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gdpr
Cyber attacks could cost Australia up to $16bn, according to a new study by specialist insurance firm Lloyd's. Sydney is the 12th most at-risk city.
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Cybersecurity & software vulnerability management: The ounce of prevention that’s worth a pound of cure
Mon, 27th Jun 2016
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cybersecurity
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cios
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flexera
A recent cyberattack on the BBC, the New York Times & MSN saw tens of thousands of computers potentially exposed to hacker threats through online ads.
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It's about time Australian businesses invested in cyber security
Tue, 17th May 2016
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cybersecurity
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australian government
Cyber crime costs Australia over $1 billion annually, but many businesses fail to publicly acknowledge breaches.
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AU Govt Cyber Security Strategy: More insider insights
Thu, 5th May 2016
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cybersecurity
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australian government
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australian
We published a story last week to share some authoritative opinions from the industry about the Govt strategy - here’s some more expert commentary.
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The lowdown on Aussie Govt's Cyber Security Strategy
Tue, 26th Apr 2016
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cybersecurity
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australian government
Malcom Turnbull recently announced Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy for the future - here are some insights from professionals in the industry.