Ericsson and Telstra have demonstrated transmission of data at 1Tbps per wavelength over 995kms of Telstra's existing fibre between Sydney and Melbourne - a tenfold increase on the best that current technology can manage.
Security video specialist Axis has announced a new camera designed to operate in desert conditions, plus a ruggedised analog encoder for tough - though not quite so demanding - environments.
Huawei Australia has expanded its relationship with Finisar Australia - the Australian arm of global optical fibre transmission company Finisar - with a MoU covering several new types of wavelength selective switches (WSS), and is trialling Finisar technology that paves the way for 1Tbps per wavelength fibre in the future.
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