A British company has come up with the novel idea of using a drone in the sky to provide 5G Internet to consumers and businesses, utilising an "unique lightweight, long-endurance airframe certified for civilian use" and powered by liquid hydrogen, to provide the globe's biggest airborne communications platform.
More Australians are using the Internet to view and listen to content more than ever before, according to new research.
Phil Britt is the CEO and MD of Aussie Broadband, which just listed on the ASX, won a major customer service award, gained its first customer on its new Metro Melbourne fibre network, with Britt also winning the ACOMMS Communications Ambassador Award for 2020, and he joined iTWireTV via Zoom for a good all-round chat.
Fantastic innovation that will relieve many organisations handling sensitive data. Thanks Stephen for sharing!
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