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Newcrest Mining deploys private LTE network at Lihir mine
Brings improved reliability to tele-remote and autonomous ops.
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Newcrest Mining wants wearables to keep staff hydrated, reduce loo stops
Pours $10k into innovation competition.
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Gold miner St Barbara upgrades telecoms
Brings fibre, wi-fi to WA camp.
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Aurelia's Hera mine trials automated driving tech
Manages trucks used to backfill stopes.
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Barrick Gold brings mobile mesh network to NSW mine
Bridges gap between production and IT.
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Newcrest Mining sets IT budget at $80 million
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Tropicana gold mine hands off comms work
$40m-plus infrastructure deal signed.
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OceanaGold mine rolls out fibre optic cable
Readies remote mining control.
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AngloGold Ashanti plans Aussie SAP launch
Date set for global template roll-in.
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Gold Coast security cameras go digital
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Virgin Blue customers revolt over retracted gold status
Customers demand compensation.
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The IT team that will build and support the systems behind the London 2012 Olympic Games is taking shape.
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Malware writers go for your gold during the Olympics
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Gold bar sold at online auction for 1p
A bar of gold bullion worth more than £1,000 (A$2,400) has been sold at Humraz Auctions for just 1p.
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Every ton of discarded electronic equipment contains 17 times more gold than gold ore and 40 times more copper than copper ore.
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Auscert2007: Security experts flock to Gold Coast
Australian IT professionals will have an opportunity to discuss critical security issues with security experts during AusCERT2007.
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Sonic and Mario go for gold in Beijing
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Mar 30 2007 11:40AM
Boffins discover self-assembling gold nanorods
Breakthrough could lead to 'invisible objects', claims professor.
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