Fibre-to-the-Premises FTTP Network -Wednesday, July 26, 2017
The nbn™ blog has published a very informative article regarding FTTP that is definitely worth reading. The article is by Peter Ryan the Chief Network Engineering Officer at nbn Australia. It's evident the broadband rollout across the nation is a massive and complex undertaking that has numerous challenges. Moreover the issues such as distance and time with fibre rollout technology are outlined by Peter for a vast country.
Adobe Flash News -Wednesday, July 26, 2017
The Adobe software company announced on the 25/07/2017 that Flash will no longer be supported after 2020. Moreover Adobe we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020. Additionally Microsoft Edge Team will phase out support for Flash in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer ahead of this date.
New Product 10Amp UPS IEC Cables -Monday, July 17, 2017
We have added several more IEC power cables to our 10Amp range for uninterrupted power supply UPS. The cord outer jacket colour is red. A male inlet to female interface with IEC C13 to C14 interface connectors. Available in numerous lengths.
IEC Lock Power Cables -Friday, July 07, 2017
Secure your crucial power supply to your computer network with IEC Lock patent power cords. This will ensure cables aren't accidentally disconnected or become loose from staff activity. Take a look today.
Medical Alarm Registration for nbn -Tuesday, July 04, 2017
nbn Australia advises if you use a medical alarm in your household to register with them before connecting to nbn services. Then call your medical alarm provider for advice and to find out if your service will work on the nbnTM network. Make sure you do this well before your existing landline phone network is disconnected.
Electricity Prices Increase in NSW -Monday, July 03, 2017
The Independent Pricing & Regulatory Tribunal IPART in NSW has agreed to a massive increase in electricity prices across the state. Several large energy providers have announced up to 20% rate increases for their customers. NSW consumers will be shell shocked when they receive their next electricity bill from the utilities. Of course CEOs and executives wages have increased recently alongside outrageous perks that include chauffeur driven limousines to entertainment events with alcohol and food provided free of cost. But charged to the energy rate payers a.k.a. their customers. In addition, so called deregulation of the electricity market was supposed to deliver better service and reasonable energy prices. However has only seen significant price increases and more confusing contracts that lock you in for years. Plus if you try to swap providers, you may be hit with a large exit fee.
Installation of Shielded Cables -Wednesday, June 28, 2017
There are several benefits to installation of shielded CAT6. The shielded cable purpose is to minimise electrical noise that may affect the signal, as well as, to limit the electromagnetic radiation to nearby electrical devices. Therefore if you're still using unshielded twisted pair cables in your IT network then consider upgrading your cabling today.
New IEC Power Cord with Left Angle Plug -Tuesday, June 13, 2017
We've added a new IEC power cord with a 90 degree angle connector to make a secure connection in confined spaces.
Microsoft Xbox One X Premiered in LA -Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Microsoft has premiered its new Xbox One X console with 42 new games. Twenty two of the new games will maintain exclusivity with the console. The console has been declared the most powerful to hit the market. The graphics fidelity is 4K resolution (3840x2160) UHD capable which will provide excellent clarity for gaming enthusiasts. Moreover you'll have to wait until November 7th this year when they're available.
New Product Qi Wireless Charger -Monday, June 05, 2017
We've added two Qi wireless charging devices to our product range. The Qi Puck Wireless Charging Pad and Qi Wireless charging receiver for iPhone devices.