Australia's national science and research organisation, the CSIRO, has not only helped revolutionise today's Wi-Fi through ownership of a key part of modern IEEE 802.11 protocols, but now stands ready to bring forth a wireless revolution to rural and regional areas of up to 1000 people, with potentially synchronous speeds of 12Mbps - and who knows how much faster and to how many more people in the future!
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