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The $80 million Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Western Australia has completed the final upgrade of its ‘Magnus’ machine, which provides processing power in excess of a petaflop.
The State Library of NSW is digitising its treasure trove of information assets created over the past 200 years so they can be accessed and shared online and on mobile devices.
Changes to higher education student fee systems and funding cuts to research organisations in this year's budget are a concern for some people in IT and science sectors that are struggling to find staff and money to innovate.
The government will slash funding for the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program by $80 million with a further $111.4 million being cut from the CSIRO – the organisation that invented WiFi – over the next four years.
AARNet’s customers - including 38 Australian universities and the CSIRO - will be able to collaborate further on research projects using a unified communications (UC) network hosted in the cloud.
A look inside Australia's newest supercomputing family member
Pictures from the CSIRO's ICT summit in China
Wireless LAN may have boosted the bottom line for the Commonwealth Science Information and Research Organisation (CSIRO), but the organisation has developed a range of technological marvels. We take a look at the latest breakthroughs.
An Australian developed algorithm has allowed researchers at the CSIRO to map -- for the first time -- Centaurus A, an enormous galaxy with a a supermassive black hole that is 50 million times the mass of our sun.
Two Queensland-based researchers have just finished working on an animal management system prototype, developed over the past six years, which uses computer software to tell the farming livestock from wild animals.
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