As we utilise mobile technology on a wider scale in the future, the need for faster and more reliable connectivity has never been so important. 5G is the next generation of wireless networking technology and, in short, promises to deliver ultra-fast speeds and responsiveness to connect everything around us without interruption. Continue reading “Will 5G replace Ethernet?”
In The Fifth Estate’s report on the conference, it said: “By 2053, about 89 per cent of all Australians are expected to live in capital cities. As more and more people enter these cities, residents are becoming increasingly concerned with impacts on liveability”.
One of the solutions proposed was to build more public transport systems within cities, and specifically in the case of Sydney to continue the current trend for building new metros.
Laurie Patton talked to Victor Perton on Australian Leadership. Laurie is Executive Director of Internet Australia. He is a passionate and committed Australian who thinks deeply about the country’s place in the 21st century, which he sees as the era of the ‘Internet of Opportunity’.