Digital Rural Futures Conference tagged posts

Broadband for Australia’s Land


We recently came across a really good article from the RM Williams Outback magazine. The article is based around the NBN and some real world benefits it has offered and is expected to offer to users around Australia – especially in the outback.

What is the National Broadband Network (NBN)? 

Before we talk about the benefits of the NBN, let’s see what it is all about. 

The National Broadband Network – popularly known as the NBN – is expected to be Australia’s first high-speed national broadband network for all Australians. Costing at least $ 37.4 billion the NBN project is estimated to be by far Australia’s single most expensive infrastructure investment to date. By 2021 all of Australia will be connected to the NBN by either fibre, a fixed wireless antenna or a satellite dish...

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Visit The Digital Rural Futures Conference 2013

We recently spoke with Professor David Lamb from UNE about the Digital Rural Futures Conference running in Armidale from 26-28 June 2013.

In this video he tells us what the conference is about, who should attend and what kind of people will be speaking.

If you wish to attend the conference register on their website.

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