In the Field Story of the Week
NOAH (Nationwide Assessment of Hazards) is an advance warning service developed by the Phillipines to manage the risk of natural disasters such...View Article
AARNet’s head of infrastructure development has been recognised for inspiring and empowering students in a national robotics competition. John Nicholls...View Article
In this video, AARNet's eResearch Director Guido Aben talks about a ground-breaking collaboration with CERN (The European Organization for...View Article
Apr 21, 2017
North Atlantic network collaboration announces deployment of record-breaking 740 Gbps links, building the foundation for Global Network Architecture for research and education. Research and education networks worldwide, including Australia’s national research and education network AARNet, are participating in the Global Network Architecture (GNA) initiative. Scientists around the world are increasingly collaborating...
Mar 24, 2017
The new Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, has acknowledged the importance of science and innovation for shaping Australia’s destiny. At his National Press Club address on 22 March 2017, the Minister spoke about Australia’s current economic setting and the challenges we face, specifically: ...
Mar 23, 2017
Four fledgling teams who reached the Australian regional final of an international robotics competition last week have been awarded AARNet bursaries to help them take part in the world championships in the US. The FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition combines the excitement of sport...
AARNet delivers high-capacity leading-edge communications services to the nation’s universities, research organisations, and many schools, vocational training providers and cultural institutions.
Feb 17, 2017
AARNet has teamed up with Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) to provide the high-speed broadband connectivity this innovative education program needs to strengthen and expand the services it offers Indigenous kids the length and breadth of Australia. Indigenous kids participating in AIME's program complete Year 12 at almost three times the...
Dec 16, 2016
DoS and DDoS attacks have become commonplace on the Internet, adversely affecting research and education institutions. It is important to note that there isn't one single way to deal with DoS and DDoS attacks, but here is some information about the types of attacks proliferating today, how AARNet deals...
Dec 1, 2016
eduroam (education roaming) has now been deployed at institutions in a further seven Asia Pacific countries: Bhutan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Mobile roaming for universities Researchers, faculty, staff and students in these nations now have seamless access to the secure eduroam wifi service worldwide. eduroam was developed to meet...
Nov 6, 2016
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